We have a Windows 2003 R2 domain right now (will upgrade it to 2008 R2 later this year).
Clients are mainly Windows XP SP3, but we have 6 Windows 7 64-bit machines and a vista here and there (few and far between).
The Openfire server is running on Ubuntu Linux on VMWare ESX 4 server.
Openfire is tied into active directory. Anyone with an active directory account can use those same credentials to log into the instant message platform. Domain Admins can log into the openfire web interface admin console.
I’ve seen articles regarding setting up SSO if everythign is windows, however Openfire is running on Ubuntu Linux.
I don’t understand why Spark itself doesn’t have an option to just try and authenticate using the currently logged on windows credentials. Internet Explorer can do that, so does Outlook and a few other apps.
Any documentation would be helpful,