I have IM & Presence 10.0 (on premise) , CUCM 10.0 and jabber for windows 9.7.2, Is it possible configure SSO to jabber ? if so, can i have the cisco document about? So far I have red of SSO at cloud base not IM & Presence on premise.
However this setup seems to require another server setup in our domain to act as an in-between for CUCM and AD. Can't CUCM just go straight to AD to authenticate users or some other sync done with AD as it can for Comm Manager and Unity??
You say that 10.5 added this (by 'this', I'm assuming you mean single sign-on) however the documentation I pointed this refers to CUC 9.1. We have 9.2 and we have started with a version 9 of Jabber and updated with each version. If this was only added with 10.5 why was it documented in earlier versions and with the same requirements of adding an OpenAM server?
Other XMPP solutions we have tried (wildfire/Openfire & MS Lync for example) can interact directly with AD and authenticate users without having a go-between server, it's simply Jabber/chat server to AD.
If I install 10.5 over our existing deployment of 9.7.2 (jabber client I'm referring to), what extra benefit do I get directly relating to SSO? With each new version it seems SSO is either improved or added but yet the requirements and setup have not changed, and when you do find the instructions and much digging around it basically points to having to research, install and configure an entirely separate server and then simply point the Cisco server to that. Given the complexity of the Cisco VOIP setup, getting our server infrastructure updated will not be an easy task and taken lightly if the only reason is that SSO would be enabled but will still require a separate server.
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