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IBM Collaboration Solutions

IBM Sametime 9 Complete
Basic Features Installation
From Zero To Hero

Frank Altenburg SME for IBM Social Collaboration
Software @ IBM
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Version 1.0 November, 10. 2013 - for Domino LDAP
© 2009 IBM Corporation
About the Author
Frank Altenburg is a Certified Senior Field Support Engineer and
Subject Matter Expert for IBM Social Collaboration Software in the
Accelerated Value Program (AVP) organization in Germany, which
delivers a proactive, cost-reducing, and productivity enhancing advisory
service. Frank has more than 15 years experience supporting Lotus
products predominately on customer sites. For over 10 years Frank has
specialized his skills in the IBM Sametime Product family. As a leader
of the European IBM Sametime and IBM Connections Communities,
Frank is an evangelist for the IBM Social Collaboration business and is
a regular presenter at Lotusphere since 2008. He has presented at
many events all around the world. Frank is the author of the "From Zero
To Hero" document series for IBM Sametime and IBM Connections.
Frank can be found on Facebook, Twitter or his blog.

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Agenda

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Introduction

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What's new in IBM Sametime 9

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Components of IBM Sametime 9

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Requirements for a IBM Sametime 9 Complete Deployment

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Architecture of a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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The 9 steps to a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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Introduction
This document
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Describes how to implement, in a very fast way, the infrastructure for a small
deployment of a IBM Sametime 9 Complete environment.
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It is designed for a Proof of Concept, Proof of Technology or a small test pilot
deployment only.
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It does not contain information how to implement a high available infrastructure.
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You can start with this document just to "make your bosses happy". But to make the
system available for a larger number of users, it is recommended to invite IBM
Services to plan and implement a clustered IBM Connections infrastructure in your
organization that is fully supported.
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The Author has tested this scenario with the hardware specification and software
components described in this document.
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The content in this guide is taken mostly from the official Product Documentation. It is
reduced to what your really need and extended with some additional information and
experiences.
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You can use the official IBM support channels for any issue you raise when you use
just this document to install your IBM Sametime servers. All instructions in this
document are based on the official documentation wiki.
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You need IBM Sametime Complete licenses to download the code from Passport
Advantage and to install and use this software.
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Agenda

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Introduction

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What's new in IBM Sametime 9

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Components of IBM Sametime 9

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Requirements for a IBM Sametime 9 Complete Deployment

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Architecture of a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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The 9 steps to a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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Sametime 9 - New User Interface (UI)
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A modernized user experience
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A significant and very interesting
makeover
Rich communications
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Voice is required, video is strategic
Mobile
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Primary and first for delivering
innovation
Enhancing the social experience
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A major differentiator and a
tangible competitive advantage
Platform and feature enhancements
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Updates, fixes, improvements...
New packaging
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Simpler and easier to sell
Cloud first
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A fluid, more agile delivery model

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New Contact Lists for Clients
Web Client

Desktop Client

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Single gear menu
contains options that were
previously located under
separate File, Edit, View,
and Tools menus.

Connect Client UI
Status Card located at
the top. This is always
visible in stand-alone and
only visible on Contact
List in embedded.

Header contains views
and actions and are
combined in stand-alone
to save space and provide
view options. Additional
actions are under the
menu on the right. The
views and action bar is
separate in embedded.

Navigator used to switch
between contacts,
meetings, primary
contacts, chat rooms,
broadcast communities,
etc. Active shelf is shown
in blue. This is for standalone only.

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Content of shelf takes up
entire vertical space in
stand-alone.

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Intuitive Design – Connect Clients List

Display all users
Display all users
in the contact list.
in the contact list.

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Intuitive Design – Fewer Clicks
Access Actions and
Access Actions and
Preferences through a
Preferences through a
single menu with one
single menu with one
click.
click.

Quick Find is now
Quick Find is now
available on the
available on the
chat window.
chat window.

Easily change your
Easily change your
location and status
location and status
message.
message.

Always know
Always know
how others see
how others see
you.
you.
Update your status
Update your status
on Connections and
on Connections and
the world will see it
the world will see it
on Sametime.
on Sametime.

One-click access to
One-click access to
channels available to
those channels
channels available to
those channels
you and your selected
available your selected
you and to you and
available to you and
contact
your selected contact.
contact
your selected contact.

Access your contacts,
Access your contacts,
meeting rooms, favorite
meeting rooms, favorite
contacts, persistent chat
contacts, persistent chat
rooms, social broadcasting
rooms, social broadcasting
tools with one click on the
tools with one click on the
navigation ribbon.
navigation ribbon.
Add a contact any
Add a contact any
time.
time.
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Favorites

Display your
Display your
primary contact
primary contact
list.
list.

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Sametime Meetings

View of Sametime
View of Sametime
Meeting Rooms
Meeting Rooms

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Broadcast Communities – Shelf Changes
Re-organized
Menu options

Updated
Community Icons

Added Community Type to the tool
tip display.
Removed Redundant Menu
options From Shelf Menu

Updated Broadcast Tools Icons

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Broadcast Communities – Other Changes
Broadcast Tool Selection
Dialog Changes

Added Link To
Help Describing
Broadcast Tools

Removed Redundant Buttons.
Also renamed buttons based
on its purpose

Broadcast Tool
Wizard
Changes

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Removed Redundant
Buttons. Also renamed
buttons based on its purpose

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Chat Rooms – Shelf Changes

Chat Room Status Icons

Bold Text To Indicate Active
Status of the Chat Room

Tooltip Showing Chat
Room status

Alert Icon For Chat
Rooms With Alert

Shelf Menu Re-organized
as Title Bar Menu

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Chat Rooms – Window Changes

Transcript Area With new
Look and Feel (only Rich
Client)

New Library
Shelf showing
File Icons based
on the File Types

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New Streamlined Sametime Experience (Client or Browser)
Always keep track of
Always keep track of
who you are chatting
who you are chatting
with.
with.

Easily switch from
Easily switch from
one chat session to
one chat session to
another.
another.

Never miss an
Never miss an
incoming message
incoming message
even if you're
even if you're
chatting with more
chatting with more
than one person at
than one person at
any given time.
any given time.

Active chat
Active chat

Escalate from a one-toEscalate from a one-toone chat to a group
one chat to a group
chat, a voice or video
chat, a voice or video
call or a full-fledged
call or a full-fledged
meeting with one click.
meeting with one click.

Always know who
Always know who
said what and at
said what and at
what time with our
what time with our
new, more
new, more
expressive chat
expressive chat
transcript layout.
transcript layout.

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Status Card

Change availability
Change availability
status on all logged
status on all logged
in server
in server
communities with
communities with
one click.
one click.

Double-click to type a
Double-click to type a
custom status message.
custom status message.

Double-click location
Double-click location
information and open
information and open
Geographic Location
Geographic Location
preference
preference

Access Actions
Access Actions
and
and
Preferences
Preferences
through a
through a
single menu.
single menu.

Display server
Display server
communities and
communities and
preferred calling
preferred calling
device for making
device for making
calls.
calls.

Expand the section
Expand the section
to manage server
to manage server
communities
communities
individually and set
individually and set
preferred calling
preferred calling
devices.
devices.

Brand new users see a
Brand new users see a
welcome message until
welcome message until
they first log in.
they first log in.

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Navigator and Contact List (right-click menus)

Use the navigator to
Use the navigator to
switch between
switch between
contacts, favorites,
contacts, favorites,
meeting rooms, chat
meeting rooms, chat
rooms, and broadcast
rooms, and broadcast
communities.
communities.

Right-click person menu
Right-click person menu

Right-click group menu
Right-click group menu

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Contact List Preferences

Click header title to
Click header title to
filter or sort the
filter or sort the
contact list.
contact list.

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Most common
Most common
communication actions
communication actions
displayed and additional
displayed and additional
options are in the menu.
options are in the menu.
Click header title to
Click header title to
change views in
change views in
Primary Contacts.
Primary Contacts.

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Chat window

The background color
The background color
alternates regardless for every
alternates regardless for every
other persons regardless of
other persons regardless of
who the sender is. It is not
who the sender is. It is not
attached to a specific sender.
attached to a specific sender.
Sender A would have same
Sender A would have same
background color as Sender C.
background color as Sender C.
Change view of
participant list

No incoming message / no
selected message

Incoming message
User tab is selected
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Chat Tools and Text Formatting

Updated chat
Updated chat
history icon.
history icon.

Screen capture.
Screen capture.

Streamlined
Streamlined
set of tools.
set of tools.
Removed
Removed
text size and
text size and
font options.
font options.
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Updated
Updated
emoticons.
emoticons.

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Chat History

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Meeting Room: Meeting Stream
Find options to show
Find options to show
only discussion or
only discussion or
customize what you
customize what you
want to see.
want to see.

The Meeting Stream combines
The Meeting Stream combines
discussion with events that are
discussion with events that are
happening in the room. Events
happening in the room. Events
include:
include:
-- Discussion with person's
Discussion with person's
picture
picture
-- Join and leave meeting
Join and leave meeting
-- File added to library
File added to library
-- Who is sharing
Who is sharing
-- Conference call started
Conference call started
-- Raised hands
Raised hands

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Simplified Meetings – One-click features
Record your meeting
Record your meeting
from your machine
from your machine
or let the meetings
or let the meetings
server do it for you.
server do it for you.

Maximize the
Maximize the
presentation area by
presentation area by
hiding other
hiding other
elements
elements

Access Actions and
Access Actions and
Preferences quickly
Preferences quickly
without leaving the
without leaving the
meeting room.
meeting room.

Switch panels to see
Switch panels to see
the participant list,
the participant list,
video feed and
video feed and
meeting room library.
meeting room library.

Invite people to your
Invite people to your
meeting room and
meeting room and
add documents to
add documents to
the room library with
the room library with
one click.
one click.
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Meeting Room – more features

Change status right
Change status right
from the meeting
from the meeting
room.
room.

See more at one
See more at one
time with
time with
dedicated panels
dedicated panels
that you can
that you can
switch between.
switch between.

Switch between
Switch between
panels using the
panels using the
navigation.
navigation.

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Additional options
Additional options
for each panel. In
for each panel. In
rich client, find an
rich client, find an
option to open the
option to open the
current panel in a
current panel in a
new window.
new window.

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Meeting Room - Share from room library for more presenter
controls
Hide the panels to
Hide the panels to
completely focus on
completely focus on
the presentation
the presentation

Everyone can see
Everyone can see
what you are sharing
what you are sharing
and what page you
and what page you
are on.
are on.

Use presenter tools to page
Use presenter tools to page
through, view thumbnails,
through, view thumbnails,
point to, or highlight
point to, or highlight
information.
information.

Or keep the panels
Or keep the panels
open to monitor the
open to monitor the
discussion as you
discussion as you
present
present

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New usability patterns inspired on mobile gesture-driven interactions

Minimize the
Minimize the
navigation ribbon and
navigation ribbon and
the panels for a fullthe panels for a fullscreen presentation
screen presentation
experience.
experience.
Switch panels to see
Switch panels to see
the participants list,
the participants list,
video feed and
video feed and
meeting room library.
meeting room library.
Invite people to your meeting
Invite people to your meeting
room and add documents to
room and add documents to
the room library with one click.
the room library with one click.

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Meeting Room Participants

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New Continuous Presence Video - Out-of-the-box
Hangup
Hangup

Mute
Mute

Additional video
Additional video
options (Stop,
options (Stop,
Pause, Hide
Pause, Hide
preview,
preview,
Undock)
Undock)

Select
Select
different
different
video
video
layouts.
layouts.

Undock the video
Undock the video
to go full screen on
to go full screen on
a second display
a second display

Dial out to a phone
Dial out to a phone
number (3rd party
number (3rd party
gateway, required),
gateway, required),
moderator controls,
moderator controls,
monitor network
monitor network
and video
and video
performance, etc
performance, etc

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New Continuous Presence Video – Out-of-the-box cont.
Larger,
Larger,
frameless
frameless
video. Display
video. Display
is optimized
is optimized
based on the
based on the
number of
number of
people
people
participating.
participating.

Consistent toolbar for standConsistent toolbar for standalone calls and meetings.
alone calls and meetings.

Select different
Select different
video layouts.
video layouts.

Go full screen
Go full screen

Optional
Optional
Participant list
Participant list
shows video
shows video
and audio-only
and audio-only
participants
participants

Active speaker
Active speaker
indicator
indicator

Speaker status
Speaker status
indicator
indicator

Intuitive softphone for
Intuitive softphone for
audio only calls
audio only calls

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Soft Phone - More compact, expressive and efficient than any
phone
Access all available
Access all available
channels with one click.
channels with one click.

Use our newly redesigned
Use our newly redesigned
Photo View to see who's on
Photo View to see who's on
the call and see who's on
the call and see who's on
mute.
mute.

Switch to the List View
Switch to the List View
for calls with more than
for calls with more than
six participants without
six participants without
losing any situational
losing any situational
awareness during the
awareness during the
call.
call.

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Access Actions and
Access Actions and
Preferences quickly
Preferences quickly
without leaving the call
without leaving the call
window.
window.

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Video Chat – Sleek and Practical

Access all
Access all
available
available
channels
channels
with one
with one
click.
click.

Make your video
Make your video
interactions more
interactions more
productive by
productive by
changing video
changing video
feed layouts to fit
feed layouts to fit
the purpose of
the purpose of
each call.
each call.

Access
Access
Actions and
Actions and
Preferences
Preferences
quickly without
quickly without
leaving the call
leaving the call
window.
window.

Enjoy a larger,
Enjoy a larger,
frameless video
frameless video
display optimized
display optimized
for the number of
for the number of
people
people
participating in the
participating in the
call.
call.
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Meetings - Compact and Efficient Design

Manage audio
Manage audio
and video
and video
feeds to
feeds to
ensure
ensure
participants
participants
have a
have a
pleasant
pleasant
experience.
experience.

Not all meetings are created
Not all meetings are created
equal: Select the video layout
equal: Select the video layout
that best fits the purpose of your
that best fits the purpose of your
meeting!
meeting!

Now with continuous-presence highNow with continuous-presence highdefinition video out of the box.
definition video out of the box.
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Full-Desktop Experience

Sharing your screen?
Sharing your screen?
Change your status to Do
Change your status to Do
Not Disturb to prevent
Not Disturb to prevent
disruptions.
disruptions.
Record your
Record your
Always know who's
Always know who's
meetings servermeetings serverspeaking: Sametime
speaking: Sametime
side or on your own
side or on your own
highlights the current
highlights the current
workstation.
workstation.
speaker's video feed
speaker's video feed
with a nice light blue
with a nice light blue
frame.
frame.

Change your
Change your
meeting room
meeting room
settings with
settings with
one click.
one click.

Detach individual panels,
Detach individual panels,
including video, from the
including video, from the
navigation ribbon for a fullnavigation ribbon for a fulldesktop meetings experience.
desktop meetings experience.
Keep an eye on your
Keep an eye on your
network connection
network connection
with the new Network
with the new Network
Performance tool.
Performance tool.
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Voice and Video
Hang-up, mute,
Hang-up, mute,
and video
and video
controls.
controls.

Select
Select
different
different
video layouts.
video layouts.

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In rich client, find an option to open the
In rich client, find an option to open the
panel in a new window. This lets users
panel in a new window. This lets users
resize video independent of the meeting
resize video independent of the meeting
room.
room.
More options
More options
including moderator
including moderator
controls, such as
controls, such as
mute all.
mute all.

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Meeting Room Library Files

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Meeting Room Shelf
Click to change views,
Click to change views,
sort meeting rooms, and
sort meeting rooms, and
switch meeting room
switch meeting room
servers.
servers.

Refresh, add meeting
Refresh, add meeting
room, invite to meeting
room, invite to meeting
room, and additional
room, and additional
options.
options.

Click to
Click to
view
view
Sametime
Sametime
Meetings
Meetings

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Meeting Room Center

Updated to One UI
Updated to One UI
design.
design.

Access to recordings
Access to recordings
for your meeting
for your meeting
room.
room.

View more
View more
meeting room
meeting room
details, such as
details, such as
links to edit room
links to edit room
information.
information.
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Next-Generation Media Infrastructure
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A brand new software MCU
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Industry-leading H.264 SVC encoding
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Clustering and geographic
distribution support
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Server and client-side recording for
meetings
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Dial-out to audio bridges (via
gateway)
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Backward compatibility with older
Sametime clients

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Advanced H.264 SVC and SAC Technology
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Scalable Video Coding (SVC)
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Layered video streams
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Dynamic resolution, frame rate and
quality
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Native continuous-presence
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Custom client-side layouts and
persistent server-side resolution
profiles
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Built-in Scalable Audio Codec (SAC)
support

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Sametime 9 Media Services Overview
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Video Multi-Point Control Unit (VMCU)
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Software only
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Routes SVC layers dynamically to
clients avoiding media transcoding
where possible
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Supports Scalable Audio Coding
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Provides interoperability with
previous-generation standards-based
endpoints
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Mixed audio
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H.264 AVC video
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Supports geographic distribution

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Video Manager (VMGR)
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Manages a pool of VMCUs within a
single or across geographies
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Balances loads across VMCUs based
on policy, load and user proximity
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Can be clustered for scalability and
reliability
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Fronted by a load balancer
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Connections assigned to nearest
node at run-time with the ability to
fail-over to alternate nodes when
necessary
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Supports disaster-recovery
topologies across geographies
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Sites for clusters and pools can be
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Server-Side Recordings – Overview
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Web Client UI / Meeting Room Center
“Public” recordings are a new concept. Can be viewed/downloaded from the meeting
room UI (later slide) by anyone.
Only the meeting room owner or manager can mark a recording as public.

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Server-Side Recordings – Overview
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Meeting Room

Users can choose between Windows .WMV
and H.264 (.MOV) recording file formats:

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Social features included in this release

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Integration with IBM Connections
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Meetings integration with Files
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Integration with Profiles on mobile apps
Improvements to community features
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One UI alignment
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Improved notifications and alerts for
persistent chat rooms
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New policies for managing screen
sharing

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Sametime 9 Meetings – Files Integration (Features and UI)
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Overview
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Integration of Sametime meeting rooms with Connections Files is intended to provide a
way for users to select content from Connections Files repository and allow them to easily
add content to the Sametime meeting room for presenting.
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Integration of Connections Files within the Sametime meeting rooms consists of the
following UI integration points:
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UI to additionally upload a local file to Connections Files when adding it to the meeting room
UI to open the Connections Files picker UI to select a file from Connections Files
UI to save the meeting report to Connections Files when ending the meeting room
UI menu options in the meeting room library to perform actions on files added from Files
UI text differences in the meeting room library indicating that the library item was added from Files

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Sametime 9 Meetings – Files Integration Process
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Add Files from My Computer
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For basic file upload a user can add a file to the meeting room from their local file system.
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Files Integration provides an additional checkbox on the upload dialog, that will put the
locally uploaded file in to the user's Files repository when checked.
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The file is added to Files with the following default settings which can be changed in the
Connections Files ui as needed:

Marked as 'Private' in Files so only users that have been added to the sharing list
can access the file
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'Allow others to share this file' is unchecked by default
The user uploading the file can also give the current participants in the meeting room
reader access to the file in the Files repository by checking an additional box in the ui
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Anonymous/Guest users in the room will not be given access

Note: Large Files additionally added to Files will not show the upload percentage in the
meeting room library.

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Platform and Feature Enhancements

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Community Server
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Multitenancy support
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VS2010 support
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STResolve domain list as table
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Optimized searching for email
addresses
Gateway
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XMPP TLS support
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Support for custom properties
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Community status indicators
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Replacing Dynacache/CEI with
JMS

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Meetings Server
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Connections Files integration (Web
client)
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File conversion enhancements
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Native browser plug-in for Mac OS
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One UI alignment (UIM and Web
clients)
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Remote control through server
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Server-side recordings
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Meetings SDK

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Platform and Feature Enhancements
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UIM client
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One UI alignment
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User experience simplification
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Component recognition in chat rooms
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Unique client-side error messages
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SDK updates

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Proxy and Web Chat client
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One UI alignment
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Auto-status changes
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Single file transfer and screen
capture
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Dock/Footer Widget
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Display online contacts only
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Updates for mobile client support
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SDK updates

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Platform and Feature Enhancements
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Installation
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Prerequisite validation
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Clean uninstall (partial artifact
removal)
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Installer for new media servers
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Miscellaneous fixes (see
documentation)
Systems Console
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Administration of new media
servers
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Policy and provisioning changes for
new media servers
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Guided Activity for installing new
media servers

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Server platforms
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AIX 7.1
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RHEL 6.3, 6.4
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SLES 11 SP2
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Windows 2012 Server
Middleware
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DB2 9.7, 10.1 WSE
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Domino 9.0, 9.1
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Java 1.6, 1.7
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WAS 8.5.5 64-Bit
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Dojo (current version)
Virtualization platforms
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KVM

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Platform and Feature Enhancements
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Client platforms
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Mac OS 10.7, 10.8
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SLED 11
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Ubuntu 12.10
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Windows 7, 8
Web browsers
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Apple Safari (current)
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Google Chrome (current)
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Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, 10
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Mozilla Firefox (current)

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Other updates
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Rebranding
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Removing all references to “Lotus”
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Removing Classic Meetings
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Removing STLinks
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Repackaging

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Sametime 9 Package
Communicate + Conference Plus
Instant Share
Continuous Presence Video Chat
Rich Clients for Meetings
Drag & Drop for Meeting Content
Drag & Drop Participants
Scheduled Meeting View

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IBM Sametime

Complete

IBM Sametime
Communicate

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Rich Presence
Instant Messaging
Persistent Group Chat
Audio, Video & Telephony
Bandwidth Management
Clients
Integration
External Collaboration included in license

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Meetings
Multi-Party Voice and Video
Bandwidth Management
Clients
Integration
External Collaboration included in license

IBM Sametime
Conference

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IBM Sametime
Unified
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Telephony middleware
Bring advanced UC capabilities to
heterogenous environments
Intelligent call routing
Pre-reqs Communicate or
Complete
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A functional approach to packaging and pricing

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IBM Sametime Communicate
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All you need for one-to-one
communication
IBM Sametime Conference
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Easy-to-use Web conferencing
IBM Sametime Complete
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IBM's platform for Social
Communications
IBM Sametime Unified Telephony
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Sametime's telephony middleware
offering

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Transition Plan

Sametime 8.5
Sametime Standard or Advanced

Sametime 9
Sametime Complete via automated migration

Sametime Unified Telephony

No Change

Offerings with Sametime Entitlements

No Change

SUT Lite
Extranet / External Users
(Processor Value Unit metric)
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Included in Communicate & Complete.
To be withdrawn.
Included in Communicate, Conference & Complete.
To be withdrawn.
Customers will be engaged directly.
To be withdrawn.

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Introduction

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What's new in IBM Sametime 9

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Components of IBM Sametime 9

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Requirements for a IBM Sametime 9 Complete Deployment

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Architecture of a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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The 9 steps to a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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Sametime System Console (SSC)
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A web-based application that provides a central location for installing,
configuring, administering, and monitoring the Sametime family of products
SSC is now a mandatory component. ST9 deployments with no SSC are not
supported
Used to administer the new Video Manager and MCU components
Should be the first Sametime component to install, then create plans in install
other components using Guided Activity

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IBM Sametime System Console

– No install/reinstall of IBM DB2® (for example) for
each separate offering
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Centralize configuration.
– Setup & testing of things like LDAP centralized in
a single location, instead of various wizards in
different installers

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Facilitate deployment planning.
– Mechanism to plan the Sametime server
deployment
– Installation of server nodes is simpler, as the
shared configuration already exists. Server
installers are “headless”, and need no input
from user

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Sametime System Console

– System console manages all needed info for
prerequisite components
Sametime
Presence/IM

Domino

Manage prerequisites.

Sametime
Meetings
Sametime
Proxy
Sametime
Media
Servers
Sametime
Advanced

LDAP

WebSphere

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DB2

Sametime
Gateway

Single point of action for
administrative tasks
– Example: Policies are managed from a single
place for all components

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Community Server
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Provides fundamental presence and chat services to all Sametime components
and applications. Communication with the Community Server is performed
using the VP (Virtual Places) protocol. Places, a multi-user session service, are
used in multi-way chats and in all audio/video calls
The Community Server is required for Sametime Conference only if audio and
video is used or if awareness is enabled in the conference. If you only use
Sametime Conference without audio and video and without awareness
information, the Community Server is not required
Community Server can be installed without the System Console, but after install
it must be registered with the System Console
Classic meetings are removed and no longer supported
Legacy policies (stpolicy.nsf) are no longer supported
Community Server with native Domino directory support added in SSC
Community Server that uses native Domino Directory must be registered with
SSC

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Mux Server
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A Mux (multiplexer) server installed on a separate computer removes the
connection-handling load from the Community Server. A stand-alone Mux
enables the Community Server to handle a larger number of users and improve
its stability
Use of a Mux Server in front of the Community Server for authentication and
scaling can increase capacity significantly

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Sametime Proxy Server
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Provides HTTP protocol access to Sametime VP protocol services, including
presence and chat, as well as audio and video calls. These HTTP services are
used by mobile and web clients, as well as by any other application built using
the Sametime Proxy SDK, such as the Sametime Meeting Client (for live
names)
Clients that utilize the Proxy Server include
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Web browser client
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Mobile clients (Android / iOS)

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Advanced Server
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Supports persistent chat rooms, which are accessed using HTTP, and topicbased subscription accessed via MQTT (MQ Telemetry Transport) protocol.
Sametime capabilities that utilize this server include
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Persistent chat rooms
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Skill Tap
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Broadcast chat
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Broadcast communities
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Instant polls
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Instant share

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Advanced Server Continued

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Sametime® Advanced is now “Sametime Chat Rooms and Broadcast
Communities”
Bundled with Sametime Communicate - No requirement to buy a separate
license
UI Updated as per the One UI standard to modernize the user interface
and associated interactions
Server is deployed on to WebSphere Network Deployment 8.5.5 and uses
DB2 Enterprise Edition 10.1 or above
Main Focus of this Release is to improve the Overall Quality of the Existing
Features
There are many changes done for Clients like Pictet and Fidelity, which are
now part of this release also
Location Services Remains the Same
No New Functions to Broadcast Communities, Chat Rooms and Instant
Share

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Meeting Server
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Provides data- and document-sharing conferences using HTTP protocol
Meeting server has four main roles
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Basic Meeting Server
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Document Conversion Server
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Recording Capturing Server
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Recording Renderer Server
Renderer is Windows ONLY
Capturer/Base are supported on Windows/Linux/AIX

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Gateway Server
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Provides the capability of presence and chat federation with remote Sametime
communities, Microsoft Lync communities, XMPP-compliant communities, GoogleTalk
and AOL
The Sametime Gateway runs on WebSphere Application Server. It is a platform for
sharing presence and real-time collaboration with external instant messaging
communities
Use to connect with the following communities
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Sametime communities deployed outside of your firewall
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AOL Instant Messenger
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Google Talk
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Jabber
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Microsoft Lync

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WebSphere SIP Proxy Server
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A SIP proxy server that ships with WebSphere Application Server and is part of the
WebSphere Application Server clustering solution
Created in the Integration Solutions Console, a WebSphere Proxy Server enabled for SIP
acts as the initial point of entry, after the firewall, for SIP messages that flow into and out
of the enterprise
Used to route SIP traffic to backend SIP Media Manager cluster members (Conference
Manager or SIP Registrar/Proxy), and is mapped to a specific cluster of them.

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WebSphere HTTP Proxy Server
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An HTTP proxy server that ships with WebSphere Application Server and is part of the
WebSphere Application Server clustering solution
Created in the Integration Solutions Console, a WebSphere Proxy Server enabled for
HTTP is responsible for HTTP routing in front of application servers such as the Meeting
Server and Advanced Server.

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Telephony Control Server (SUT)
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The Telephony Control Server provides the unified number service and handles all
incoming call routing in a Sametime Unified Telephony deployment.

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Telephony Application Server (SUT)
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The Telephony Application Server provides telephony services to Sametime Unified
Telephony users through the Sametime Connect client. The Telephony Application Server
interfaces with the Sametime Community Server, the LDAP directory, and the Telephony
Control Servers.

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Media Manager
Media Manager consists of four components
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Proxy Registrar
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Conference Manager
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Sametime Video Manager (NEW)
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Sametime Video Multi point Control Unity (NEW)
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PacketSwitcher has been replaced by the Video Manager and MCU components

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Media Manager Changes
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Previous 8.5.x Media Manager model – three components
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Conference Focus (CF)
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SIP Proxy/Registrar (PR)
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Packet Switcher (PS)
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Note: These can all be installed on one server or separated
New Sametime 9 Media Manager model – four components
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Conference Focus (CF)
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SIP Proxy/Registrar (PR)
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Video Manager (VMGR/DMA)
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New component, WebSphere based, Linux only, stand alone only
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Video MCU (VMCU)
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New component, RPM installed, Linux only, stand alone only
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This replaces the Packet Switcher, is controlled by VMGR
Note: The VMGR & VMCU are Red Hat 5.x & 6.x, and SLES 11 only

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Media Manager (CF+SP/R)
SIP Proxy and Registrar
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Manages location services and forwards SIP messages to their destinations
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The SIP Proxy/Registrar maintains the registry between all users and their
location, and maintains the registration of conferences. The SIP Proxy/Registrar
routes all SIP messages inside Sametime - every voice or video message to a
user goes through the SIP Proxy/Registrar
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Components that know to consult the registrar: Sametime Media Manager, SIPbased calling, and Sametime Unified Telephony
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It requires access to LDAP
Conference Manager
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Administers all conferences, including point-to-point and multipoint
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The Conference Manager works with the client to establish a SIP session for the
call
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Hosts the internal Telephony Conferencing Service Provider Interface (TCSPI)
adapter and an optional external TCSPI adapter
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The TCSPI integrates with the Video MCUs and bridges
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Works with the client to establish the SIP session for the call
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Manages the state of audio and video calls
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All audio and video features, both one-to-one A/V chat and multi-way A/V chats,
depend on this component
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Video Manager – New To Sametime 9
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The Video Manager manages the scaling and distribution of audio and video conferences,
through MCU pools and cascading. It also manages attributes for conferences, such as
maximum line-rate. The Video Manager must be installed on its own machine
The Sametime Video Manager is responsible for the following tasks:
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Multi-way audio and video conferencing (requires Sametime Conferencing)
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Multimedia transport and bandwidth control
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Call server routing based on dial plan
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Creates meeting rooms based on template
Linux only (RHEL or SLES), stand alone server
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Uses WebSphere, but not it's SIP stack
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Uses Cloud DB rather than DB2 for size

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Video Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) – New To Sametime 9
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The Video MCU (Multipoint Control Unit) enables multi-way, audio and video conferences
with continuous presence and multiple client layouts. Serves as a switch for scalable
audio- and video-streams, delivering to different clients the streams that have been
requested. The Video MCU must be installed on its own machine
Non-WebSphere server with no Java requirements at runtime
Non-Installation Manager install, simple RPM-based install
Origins in telephony world – has very specific hardware requirements
VMCU server is a standalone node (no federation, no WAS concepts)
VMCU scaling is farm-based. Multiple VMCUs (no limit) can be added to a VMGR.
Linux only (RHEL or SLES), stand alone server
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High system requirements
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Demo environment needs 4 CPU cores, 8GBs ram minimum

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Sametime 9 media services overview
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Video Multi-Point Control Unit (VMCU)
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Software only
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Routes SVC layers dynamically to
clients avoiding media transcoding
where possible
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Supports Scalable Audio Coding
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Provides interoperability with
previous-generation standards-based
endpoints
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Mixed audio
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H.264 AVC video
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Supports geographic distribution

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Video Manager (VMGR)
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Manages a pool of VMCUs within a
single or across geographies
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Balances loads across VMCUs based
on policy, load and user proximity
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Can be clustered for scalability and
reliability
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Fronted by a load balancer
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Connections assigned to nearest
node at run-time with the ability to
fail-over to alternate nodes when
necessary
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Supports disaster-recovery
topologies across geographies
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Sites for clusters and pools can be
different

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Video Manager & MCU Challenges

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For Sametime 9, the new video components are stand alone servers that cannot be
combined on one box or with other boxes
A complete Sametime 9 PoC now requires three servers whereas an 8.5.x pilot
could deploy on one server
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ST9 + VMGR + VMCU
The Video Manager and Video MCU are both Linux images
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Cannot run on Windows, several Linux dependencies
The Video MCU requires eight CPU cores & 8GBs of ram to install
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The above are low capacity specs, a demo can run with 4 cores, 8GBs ram
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High capacity specs – 16 CPU cores, 12GBs of memory
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Numbers of cores directly affects concurrent A/V participants
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Acts solely as a packet switcher, mixing done on the client

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Video Manager & MCU Advantages

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Sametime 9 Video Manager and Video MCU provide modern video capabilities and
codecs
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H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
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SVC (Scalable Video Coding, extension of AVC)
Highly scalable across locations and geographies
The Video Manager can administrate multiple Video MCU boxes
Supports up to 1080P Full HD @ 30fps
Provides “Hollywood Squares” style simultaneous multi-window video
Mobile A/V leveraged from same video infrastructure

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Sametime Media Manager Deployment Example

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Each VMGR LB routes to
other
VMGRs based on load

MCU farm
VMGR

VMGR LB
Client

CF + PR
IP
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P
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MCU farm
VMGR

VMGR LB

VMGR LB/sprayer name updated in
stavconfig.xml. This is updated from
Admin pages/SSC GA. Plan creation
order matters

VMGR

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MCU farm
VMGR figures out
Which MCU to
route to

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ST 9 High Level Diagram

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Sametime Audio/Video for External Users
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We need to enable External clients for:
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NAT Traversal
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Firewall Traversal
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SIP Registration
We do this by deploying:
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Sametime TURN Server
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Sametime SIP EDGE Proxy
How do web client users get Media Services?
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When you enable the Meeting Services for awareness through STProxy
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The Sametime Proxy server provides the “web av” client plugin to the end user
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IF awareness is working
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AND a conference Manager has connected to the Community Server the user is
connected to (through STproxy)

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Sametime Audio/Video for External Users

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Server Components and Offerings Matrix
IBM Sametime
Communicate

IBM Sametime
Conference

IBM Sametime
Complete

IBM Sametime
Unified Telephony

IBM Notes
Entitlement

DB2

X

X

X

X

X

WebSphere Application Server

X

X

X

X

X

WAS Proxy

X

X

X

X

Sametime System Console

X

X

X

X

Domino

X

X

X

Sametime Community Server

X

X

X

Sametime Proxy

X

X

X

Sametime Advanced Server

X

X

Sametime Gateway

X

X

Component

Sametime Meetings Server

X

X

Sametime MCU

X
X

X

X
X

X

Sametime VMGR

X

X

X

X

X

Sametime Media Manager

X

Sametime Bandwidth Manager

X

X

X

Sametime TURN Server

X

X

X

Sametime SIP Proxy

X

X

X

X

X

SUT Telephony Application Server

X

SUT Telephony Control Server

X

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Agenda

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Introduction

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What's new in IBM Sametime 9

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Components of IBM Sametime 9

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Requirements for a IBM Sametime 9 Complete Deployment

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Architecture of a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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The 9 steps to a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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IBM Sametime 9 Requirements
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IBM Sametime 9 System Console Server requires
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IBM Sametime 9 Sametime Community Server requires
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IBM Lotus Domino 9 (32 Bit Version only)
LDAP directory server

IBM Sametime 9 Proxy Server requires
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IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5 (Installed using IBM Install Manager)
IBM DB2 10.1 or 9.7 or 9.5 FP1
LDAP directory server (Supported IBM® Lotus® Domino® Directory LDAP, Microsoft®
Active Directory, IBM Tivoli® Directory Server, Sun ONE® iPlanet®, Novell®
eDirectory®)

IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5 (Installed using IBM Install Manager)
IBM DB2 10.1 or 9.7 or 9.5 FP1
IBM Sametime Community Server (Version >= 8.0.1)

IBM Sametime 9 Meeting Server requires
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IBM Sametime 9 Requirements (cont.)
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IBM Sametime 9 Media Manager requires
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IBM Sametime 9 VMGR requires
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IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5 (Installed using IBM Install Manager)
IBM Sametime 9 Media Manager (SIP P/R and CM)

IBM Sametime 9 VMCU requires
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IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5 (Installed using IBM Install Manager)
IBM Sametime 9 Community Server
LDAP directory server

IBM Sametime 9 Media Manager (SIP P/R and CM)
IBM Sametime 9 VMGR Server

IBM Sametime 9 Advanced Server requires
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IBM DB2 10.1 or 9.7 or 9.5 FP1
LDAP directory server (Supported IBM® Lotus® Domino® Directory LDAP, Microsoft®
Active Directory, IBM Tivoli® Directory Server, Sun ONE® iPlanet®, Novell®
eDirectory®)
IBM Sametime Community Server (Version >= 8.0.1)

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Minimum Hardware Requirements
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Demo/PoC Environment (4 separate servers)
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Core Sametime WebSphere and DB2 servers – 4 core CPU, 8 GB RAM
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Core Sametime Community Server (Domino based) – 4 Core CPU, 8 GB RAM
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Video Manager – 2 core CPU, 2 GB RAM, must be Linux
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Video MCU – 4 core CPU, 8 GB RAM, must be Linux
Similar to previous “zero to hero” demo environment with the addition of 2 new
audio/video components
New AV components MUST be installed on RHEL or SLES. For these components
Windows server is currently NOT supported
New Meetings server side recordings & document conversions Windows only

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Video Manager and MCU System Requirements
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Sametime Video Manager
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Needs a dedicated machine (Linux only, RHEL or SLES)
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2 core CPU
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2 GB of RAM
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Needs root access
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For detailed requirements:
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27007792
Sametime Video MCU
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Linux only – RHEL or SLES
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Requirements scale based on capacity (see next slide)
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For detailed requirements:
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27007792

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Video MCU Capacity Matrix

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Other requirements
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Make sure that all servers you want to use can be resolved in DNS.
If DNS is not available then list all full qualified server names and IP addresses
from all servers in the hosts file and publish this file to all servers.
The Media Manager Server does not work when installing with a DNS alias. You
must configure the full qualified machine host name (including domain part)
and use this for the installation. This name does not need to be configured
anywhere else and the client does not see it.
If you use Windows 2008 as Operating System, then you need to start all
installations and configurations in „Administrative mode“.
You need a LDAP Server hosting your user base. This can be a Domino LDAP or
Microsoft Active Directory or any other supported V3 LDAP.
In this POC/test deployment we assume that all servers and clients are in the
same network and no firewall can block any traffic. This includes client firewalls
who needs to be switched off during testing. In the official
Product Documentation you can find information about ports to be opened in
the firewall if you want to use the installation across firewalls.

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Other requirements (continued)
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If your Operating System settings is not English, then it is recommended to
change the regional settings and language to English.
Check the Date and Time settings of all servers you want to install. The time
difference has to be less then 1 minute. Or the federation step fails during the
installation. We recommend to configure a time server synchronization on all
boxes.
Check that the “SELINUX” parameter is set to “disabled” in all LINUX boxes.
This can be found in “/etc/sysconfig/selinux”.
Check that the hosts file (can be found in “/etc/hosts” does not contain an entry
with the IP address “127.0.0.1” and your host name of the box. The Federation
will fail. Remark this line or remove it.

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Required files for a deployment on Windows / Linux
For a Windows / Linux installation you need to download these files from Passport
Advantage:
CIK2HML.zip
CIK2IML.zip
CIK2JML.zip
CIQ6JML.zip
CIK2GML.zip
CIL0DML.zip

WAS_ND_V8.5.5_1_OF_3
WAS_ND_V8.5.5_2_OF_3
WAS_ND_V8.5.5_3_OF_3
IBM Sametime 9 WAS iFixes
IM_1.6.2_Linux
IM_1.6.2_Windows

CI6TYML.zip
CI6VIML.exe

DB2_10.1_Windows_64
DB2_NSE_10_Win_x86-64

CIQ4CML.zip
CIQ8XML.zip
CIQ48ML.zip
CIQ47ML.zip
CIQ4BML.zip
CIQ49ML.zip
CIQ4AML.zip

IBM Sametime 9 System Console
IBM Sametime 9 Community Server Windows
IBM Sametime 9 Proxy Server
IBM Sametime 9 Meeting Server
IBM Sametime 9 Advanced
IBM Sametime 9 Media Manager
IBM Sametime 9 Video MCU

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Required files for a deployment on Windows / Linux
For a Windows / Linux installation you need to download these files from Passport
Advantage:
CIQ44ML.zip

IBM Sametime 9 Client Package

Create a directory, for example “C:Install”, ( “/Install” for the Linux boxes) on the
servers where you want to install. Then unpack the downloaded files into this directory.
Just unpack the files required for your deployment architecture on the particular server.

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On the WebSphere Components box:

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On the Video Manager box:

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On the Video MCU box

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Agenda

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Introduction

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What's new in IBM Sametime 9

●

Components of IBM Sametime 9

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Requirements for a IBM Sametime 9 Complete Deployment

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Architecture of a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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The 9 steps to a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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The IBM Sametime 9 Complete Components we will cover
In this Basic Features Part:
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IBM DB2 Database Server
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IBM Sametime System Console
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IBM Sametime Community Server
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IBM Sametime Proxy Server
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IBM Sametime Meeting Server
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IBM Sametime Media Manager
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IBM Sametime VMGR
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IBM Sametime VMCU
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IBM Sametime Advanced Server (optional)
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IBM Sametime Connect Client
In the Extended Features Part:
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IBM Sametime Community MUX (optional)
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IBM secure DMZ HTTP Proxy
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IBM Sametime SIP Edge Proxy
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IBM Sametime TURN Server
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IBM Sametime Bandwidth Manager
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IBM Sametime Gateway
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IBM Sametime 9 Complete - our POC / Test recommendation
Compared with the last version of this document installing IBM Lotus
Sametime 8.5.2, we have changed again our recommendation for a
POC / test deployment.
The reason for the change is the availability of new features in
installation methods as well as our increased experience and many
successful installations using this method in the last months.
It is known that implementing several components, who provides web
services on one box, require special network configuration. The
services needs to be bind to dedicated IP addresses or ports. This
configuration is described fully and detailed later here in the
document.
The Sametime Advanced Server in this POC / test deployment is
optional.

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IBM Sametime 9 Complete – our POC / test deployment

DB2 9.5
Server

Sametime
Community
Server

Sametime
System
Console

chat.renovations.com

Domino
LDAP

ldap.renovations.com

Sametime
Media
Manager
sametime.renovations.com

Sametime
Video
Manager
Server

Sametime
Meeting
Server

Sametime
Proxy Server

meeting.renovations.com

webchat.renovations.com

vmgr.renovations.com

Sametime
Video MultiPoint Control
Unit

Sametime
Advanced
Server
advanced.renovations.com

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Special IP configuration for the WebSphere based Server
As described before you should configure the machine hosting the
WebSphere based servers with 1 IP address and 4 DNS entries.
In this slide deck we use:
Host Name:
sametime.renovations.com
IP:
192.168.30.6
This is the machines Host name. With this name we install the DB2
Server, the Sametime System Console and the Sametime Media
Manager
DNS Alias:
meeting.renovations.com
IP:
192.168.30.6
With this address we install the Sametime Meeting Server
DNS Alias:
webchat.renovations.com
IP:
192.168.30.6
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Special IP configuration for the WebSphere based Server
DNS Alias:
advanced.renovations.com
IP:
192.168.30.6
With this address we install the Sametime Advanced Server
Our DNS configuration for this POC deployment:

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Required technical users for IBM Sametime 9
IBM Sametime requires some technical users for components to
communicate in an authenticated mode. All of this users should be
configured so that the password never expires and never needs to be
changed.
db2admin
This user is created during installation of the DB2 server in the
Operating System. Do not create this user in advance.
It is the user for all IBM Sametime related components using DB2 to
access their databases. Be sure to match the password policy
requirements of the OS.
wasadmin
This is the user to access the IBM WebSphere components and to
administer the system. This user must not exist in your LDAP directory.
It is created during WebSphere installation in a local file repository. You
can use the same user name and password for all components (makes
it easier) or different names and passwords. But again, it does not work
when this user exists in the LDAP.
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Required technical users for IBM Sametime 8.5.2 (cont)
Domino Administrator
This user is created during installation of Domino for the IBM Sametime
Community Server. It is a best practice to not use a existing
administrative account because it is the account with that the IBM
Sametime System Console communicates with the Community Server.
LDAP Bind
This is a user account in your LDAP directory. This account is used to
connect in authenticated mode to the LDAP server to get all required
attributes. It is possible to connect anonymously to the LDAP but then it
does not work with some LDAP systems or the LDAP server requires
special configuration to allow anonymous bind.

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Starting and stopping the WebSphere based Server
In this POC / test deployment we install and configure all WebSphere
based Sametime servers using a single Cell. Then it is easy to
administer all of them using just one administrative interface. (The
Integrated Solutions Console of the Sametime System Console)
With Sametime 8.5.1 the services where created automatically for all
servers because we used for all of them a separate “Cell Profile”
deployment. Starting with IBM Sametime 8.5.2 we use the Network
deployment method by implementing all servers as a Primary Node
federated to the Deployment Manager of the Sametime System
Console Server in just one Cell.
Using this method the installer does not create some services in the
Windows operating system. We need to manually create these
services. All the required steps are described in detail, later in this
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Audio/Video Plug-In for Browser access to Meeting Rooms
The IBM Sametime WebAV Plug-In is shipped with the Media Manager in
two formats.
1.) Download Version
This version files needs to be copied onto a Web Server that can be
accessed by the Browser from the client who want to access the Meetings
using Audio and Video services. This could be the Domino based
Sametime Community Server, the Sametime Proxy Server or the Sametime
Meeting Server or any other web server in your organization.
In this POC / test deployment recommendation we use the Sametime Proxy
server for this service. (This is default)
To download and install this Plug-In it is required to have Administrative
access rights on Windows 7. With all other OS the user right is enough
2.) Deployment Version
This version can be deployed using your preferred deployment tool. It
contains a MSI installer file. But be careful in some operating systems as
Windows 7, it is required to install this version with administrative rights.
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Agenda

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Introduction

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What's new in IBM Sametime 9

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Components of IBM Sametime 9

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Requirements for a IBM Sametime 9 Complete Deployment

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Architecture of a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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The 9 steps to a IBM Sametime 9 Complete POC deployment

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The 9 steps to deploy a Sametime 9 Complete environment
1.Pre Install Tasks
a) Set up or use an existing LDAP server
b) Enable the Desktop Experience for
Meeting Recording / Rendering
c) Install the IBM DB2 server
d) Install Installation Manager, the WebSphere Application
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2.Install the Sametime System Console
a) Create the IBM Sametime System Console database
b) Install the IBM Sametime System Console
c) Log in to the IBM Sametime System Console
d) Configure the LDAP server prerequisite
e) Increase the heap size on the Sametime System Console

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The 9 steps to deploy a Sametime 9 Complete environment
(continued)
3.Install the Sametime Community Server
a) Run the guided activity to configure the IBM Sametime
Community Server deployment plan
b) Install the IBM Sametime Community Server
c) Enable trust between the IBM Sametime Community
Server and the IBM Sametime Proxy,
Media and Advanced Servers
4. Install the Sametime Proxy Server
a) Create the IBM Sametime Proxy Server database
b) Configure the DB2 Proxy server database connection
Prerequisite
c) Run the guided activity to configure the
IBM Sametime Proxy Server deployment plan
d) Install the IBM Sametime Proxy Server
e) Configure virtual_host for the Proxy Server
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The 9 steps to deploy a Sametime 9 Complete environment
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5. Install the Sametime Meeting Server
a) Create the IBM Sametime Meeting Server database
b) Configure the DB2 Meeting server database
connection Prerequisite
c) Run the guided activity to configure the IBM Sametime
Meeting Server deployment plan
d) Install the IBM Sametime Meeting Server
e) Configure virtual_host for the Meeting Server

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The 9 steps to deploy a Sametime 9 Complete environment
(continued)
6. Install the Sametime Media Manager
a) Run the guided activity to prepare the IBM Sametime
VMGR deployment plan
b) Run the guided activity to prepare the IBM Sametime
Media Manager deployment plan
c) Run the guided activity to prepare the IBM Sametime
VMCU deployment plan
d) Install Installation Manager, WebSphere Application
Server and the required iFixes on the VMGR Linux box.
e) Install the IBM Sametime VMGR
f) Install the IBM Sametime Media Manager
g) Prepare the Linux Box for the VMCU installation
h) Install the IBM Sametime VMCU

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The 9 steps to deploy a Sametime 9 Complete environment
(continued)
7. Install the Sametime Advanced Server
a) Install the Net Search Extension to DB2
b) Create the IBM Sametime Advanced Server database
c) Configure the DB2 Advanced Server database
connection Prerequisite
d) Run the guided activity to configure the IBM Sametime
Advanced Server installation
e) Install the IBM Sametime Advanced Server
f) Configure virtual_host for the Sametime Advanced Server

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The 9 steps to deploy a Sametime 9 Complete environment
(continued)
8. Post Install Tasks
a) Create the WebSphere HTTP proxy for the Meeting Server
b) Configure SSO
c) Configure Meeting Server Post Install tasks
d) Configure Proxy Server Post Install tasks
e) Configure Media Manager Post Install tasks
g) Configure Advanced Server Post Install tasks
h) Implement services for all Servers
i) Restart all servers

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The 9 steps to deploy a Sametime 9 Complete environment
(continued)
9. Install a IBM Sametime Connect client
a) Install a IBM Sametime Connect client
b) Configure the Meeting Plug-In on the IBM
Sametime Connect client
c) Configure the Sametime Meeting Room in the
IBM Sametime Connect Client Meeting Plug-In
to use Audio and Video
d) Configure the Sametime Connect Client for
Sametime Advanced
e) Meeting access from a Browser
Attachment A: Installation Worksheets
Attachment B: Linux Packages to install on the MCU box

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STEP 1: Pre Install Tasks
Summary

This step installs and configured the Pre Requisites before you can start
to install the Sametime 9 server components.
a) Set up or use an existing LDAP server
b) Enable the Desktop Experience for
Meeting Recording / Rendering
c) Install the IBM DB2 server
d) Install Installation Manager, the WebSphere Application
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STEP 1a: Setup an LDAP Server
Summary

This step installs or identifies the LDAP server containing the User
directory you want to use for your Sametime implementation.

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The LDAP Server
In most environments a LDAP server is already present. If you use Domino it is simple to
just enable LDAP on one of the Domino Directory Servers. If you use an existing LDAP
Server other than Domino, it is important to use a V3 compliant LDAP.
Make sure you have all relevant data from the LDAP system. (use ldapsearch, Apache
LDAP studio or another LDAP browser to get the relevant LDAP information - an LDIF
extract of a user and a group)
A security related recommendation is to have a Bind DN. This means a user record in
the LDAP that can be used for authenticated access to the data in the LDAP server. We
use the „LDAP Bind“ user in this example.
This is a technical user. His password should never expire. Otherwise the systems can
not connect to the LDAP server anymore when this password is expired.
The LDAP connection can be configured with SSL encryption. To configure your
Sametime Servers connecting to LDAP with SSL (LDAPS), additional steps are
required. Make sure that you have access to the required certificate. But we recommend
to start without SSL and when all components work, start implementing LDAPS.
In this example we use an existing Domino LDAP Server. If you plan to use other LDAP
servers then step 7 can be different, dependent on the used LDAP directory.
See the Sametime Product Documentation for more details.
More Information and recommendations can be found in the Product Documentation.
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An example for the LDAPSEARCH command for a user record
to a Domino LDAP and the results:

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An example for the LDAPSEARCH command for a group record
to a Domino LDAP and the results:

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STEP 1b: Enable the Desktop Experience for Meeting
Recording / Rendering
Summary

This step enables the “Desktop Experience” feature in the Microsoft
Windows Server system to get the required libraries for the meeting
recording rendering feature.

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Just click “Start” and then “Control Panel”.

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Under “Programs” click the “Turn Windows features on or off” link.

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Move down and then click the “Add Features” link.

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Find the “Desktop Experience” and check the check box.

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Click the “Add Required Features” button to continue.

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Click the “Next” button to continue.

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Click the “Install” button to start the installation.

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The system installs the Desktop Experience features now.

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When the installation has finished a restart of the Windows System is required. Click
the “Close” button.

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Click the “Yes” button to restart your Windows server now.

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The System configures the Windows features now.

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When the restart is completed you can see the “Installation succeeded” messages.
Click the “Close” button to close the installer.

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Close the Server Manager.

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STEP 1c: Install the IBM DB2 Server
Summary
This step installs the IBM DB2 10.1 Server.

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You need to check your local password security policy that the users can be created
and the passwords you want to use can be used. In your Windows 2008 server click on
“Start” - “Administrative Tools” - “Local Security Policy”.

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If the Password complexity setting is enabled then the password must contain characters
in upper and lower case and a number. If you want easier passwords then set this flag to
“Disabled”.

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To disable just select the “Disabled” check box and click the “OK” button. Then close
the Local Security editor.

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You can start now with the DB2 installation. Open your Windows Explorer or just the
“Computer” and navigate to the unpacked installation files for IBM DB2. In this example
this can be found in “C:InstallWSERimage”. Right click the “setup.exe” file and then
“Run as Administrator”.

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Click “Install a Product” on the left side.

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Click the “Install New” button under the “DB2 Workgroup Server Edition Version
10.1” section.

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It takes some seconds to load the DB2 Setup Wizard.

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The DB2 Setup Wizard is now initializing.

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The DB2 Setup Wizard is now ready to go. Click the “Next” button to continue.

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Select the check box to accept the terms in the license agreement. Then click the
“Next” button to continue.

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Leave the “Typical” installation defaults and just click the “Next” button to
continue.

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Select the first option “Install DB2 Workgroup Server Edition on this computer” and
click the “Next” button to continue.

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We recommend to remove the “Program Files” part in the path. It works with the default
path as well. Click the “Next” button to continue.

We recommend to use path names without spaces (as some scripts may require this) and
also shorten the path name so that the typical limits of some operating systems and
applications for path + file name length are avoided.
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Remove the “Program Files” part again in the path and select “Do not autostart the
IBM SSH server” option. Then click the “Next” button to continue.

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We recommend to leave the default user name “db2admin” in here. But enter a password
that fits the password security settings twice and then click the “Next” button to continue.

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Just click the “Next” button to continue.

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Un-check the box “Set up your DB2 Server to send notifications”. Then click the
“Next” button to continue.

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Click the “Next” button to continue.

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Click the “Install” button to start the installation.

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The installation of the DB2 Server will take approximately 5 to 10 Minutes.

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Important to know...
Your DB2 Database Server is a sensitive component in your Sametime
Environment.
It stores all the predefined configuration data and holds the information how to
communicate with your servers for administration and maintenance.
We highly recommend to make regularly a backup of your DB2 database using a
DB2 aware backup software, or export data and backup the exported data.
It is possible to implement your DB2 Server for high availability and load balancing
using DB2 methods.
For more information check into the DB2 InfoCenter, or download and read the
RedBook „High Availability and Disaster Recovery Options for DB2 on

Linux, UNIX, and Windows“
The steps to create a DB2 database need the database name as a
command line parameter. We would recommend using a CMD command
line window to enter this commands.
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Click the “Finish” button to end the Installation Wizard.

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After some seconds this “DB2 First Steps” window appears. You can close it.

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STEP 1d: Install Installation Manager, the
WebSphere Application Server and the required
iFixes
Summary
This step installs the WebSphere Application Server basics.

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Starting with IBM Sametime 8.5 the System is installed using the IBM Installation Manager.
For IBM Sametime 9 we use the IBM Installation Manager release 1.6.2. Navigate to the
directory “C:InstallIM”. Then right click the file “install.exe” and select “Run as
Administrator”.

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Click the “Next” button to continue.

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Select “I accept the terms in the license agreement”. Then click the “Next” button to
continue.

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Remove the “Program Files/” part in the path. Then click the “Next” button to
continue.

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Click the “Install” button to start the installation.

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The IBM Installation Manager is installing. This step takes approximately 60 to 90 seconds.

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The IBM Installation Manager is installed. Click the “Restart Installation Manager”
button.

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First you need to add the repositories. Click “File” and then “Preferences...”.

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Uncheck the check box “Search service repositories during installation and
updates”, Then click the “Add Repository...” button.

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Click the “Browse...” button.

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Navigate to the directory “C:InstallWAS_ND” and select the “repository.config” file.
Then click the “Open” button.

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Click the “OK” button to continue.

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Click again the “Add Repository...” button.

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Click the “Browse...” button.

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Navigate to the directory “C:InstalliFixes” and select the “8.5.5-WS-WASIFPM88937.zip” file. Then click the “Open” button.

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Click the “OK” button to continue.

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Click again the “Add Repository...” button.

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Click the “Browse...” button.

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Navigate to the directory “C:InstalliFixes” and select the “8.5.5-WS-WASNDIFPM86173.zip” file. Then click the “Open” button. Continue this procedure until you
have added all 11 iFixes.

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Click the “OK” button to continue.

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When you have added all 11 iFixes click the “OK” button to continue.

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Now click on “Install”.

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Check both check boxes. Then click the “Next” button to continue.

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Check all check boxes. Then click the “Next” button to continue.

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Select “I accept the terms in the license agreement”. Then click the “Next” button to
continue.

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Remove the “Program Files/” part in the path. Then click the “Next” button to continue.

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Again remove the “Program Files” part in the path. Then click the “Next” button to
continue.

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Then click the “Next” button to continue.

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Then click the “Next” button to continue.

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Then click the “Install” button to start the installation.

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The installation takes approximately 5 to 8 minutes.

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Mark the “None” Checkmark because we don't need the Profile Management Tool.
The Sametime installer will create the required profiles. Click the “Finish” button now.

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Close the Installation Manager now.

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STEP 2: Install the IBM Sametime System Console
Server
Summary
This step installs the Sametime System Console Server.
The Sametime System Console installation requires to perform this sub tasks:
a) Create the IBM Sametime System Console database
b) Install the IBM Sametime System Console
c) Log in to the IBM Sametime System Console
d) Configure the LDAP server prerequisite
e) Increase the heap size on the Sametime System Console

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STEP 2a: Create a DB2 Database for the Sametime
System Console
Summary

This step creates the Sametime System Console Database on the DB2
Server.
If you want to use a dedicated DB2 server or if you already have a DB2
10.1 Server environment available, you can find the Database creation
scripts in the particular installer directory of the Sametime System
Console, Sametime Proxy Server, Sametime Advanced Server and the
Sametime Meeting Server.

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Open a new DB2 CMD line window because then the newly set environment variables
during the DB2 Server installation are in place. Click “Start” - “All Programs” - “IBM DB2”
- “DB2COPY1 (Default)” - “Command Window - Administrator”

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Enter the command “cd
InstallSametimeSystemConsoleDatabaseScriptsSystemConsole”.

Do not copy and paste any commands from this document into your CMD line. This does not
work because this would copy some special characters.
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Enter the command “createSCDb.bat STSC db2admin”.

The name of the database should not be the name of the Sametime System Console Server. If
your SSC is named „stsc.renovations.com“ then you can not name the database STSC. Then
you need to use another name for example „STSCDB“. In this example we use
„meeting.renovations.com“. So we don't have any issue with the Database Name „STSC“.
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The DB2 database is now created and configured. Be sure that you see „The
SQL command completed successfully.“ response after every command.

If you don't see this responses or get an error message, be sure that your DB2
server is up and running (listening on Port 50.000 or 50.001) and you are
authenticated with the correct user and password.
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If corporate policy prevents the DB2 application user ID from having administrator rights to
the DB2 server, perform these additional steps after creating the database and before
installing the Sametime System Console.
Connect to the system console database (for example, STSC). Then enter the
createSchedTable.ddl command to create additional tables in the database.
Run these commands in the DB2 command line window:
“db2 connect to STSC”
“db2 -tf createSchedTable.ddl”
“db2 disconnect STSC”

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STEP 2b: Install the IBM Sametime System Console
Server
Summary
This step installs the Sametime System Console Server.
Before you begin
1. If the computer where you will install the Sametime System Console supports both
IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, map the addresses to the same host name to generate
matching SSL certificates.
2. Check the hosts file and remove any lines that start with the following:
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127.0.0.1 fully_qualified_domain_name short_name
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::1 fully_qualified_domain_name short_name
3. An issue with WebSphere® Application Server causes the server installation to fail
if these lines are in the file. Save the file if you make changes.

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Navigate to the „C:InstallSametimeSystemConsole“ directory and double
click the „launchpad.exe“ file.

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The Sametime 9.0.0 Launchpad opens. Click the „Install IBM Lotus
Sametime System Console“ link on the left side.

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Now click the link „Launch IBM Lotus Sametime System Console 9.0.0
Installation“

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Click the „Install“ icon to start the installation.

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Select „IBM Sametime System Console server“ and „Version 9.0.0.0“. Then click the
„Next“ button to continue.

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Accept the terms in the license agreement and click the „Next“ button to continue.

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Enter the correct path (remove „Program Files“ and click the „Next“ button to continue.

The Package group is the installation destination for the IBM Lotus WebSphere base files. The
first installation requires the creation of a new package group. If you install more WebSphere
based applications on the same hardware (like the Sametime Proxy Server and the Sametime
Meeting Server) they can use the existing package group. Then you cannot change the
installation path.
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With Sametime 9.0, WebSphere has to be already installed before you can install
a Sametime Component. Select the directory to where WAS has been installed
and click the “Validate” button.

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The WebSphere installation has been successfully validated. Click the “Next” button to
continue.

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In this screen you define the WebSphere Application Server administrative user. You
need to authenticate with this user to access the Sametime System Console. It is
important that this user does not exist in your LDAP. In this example we use the
standard „wasadmin“. Enter the password twice and click the „Next“ button to continue.

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Enter the host name of your DB2 server and the DB2 Administrator password. In this
example we have installed the DB2 server on the „sametime.renovations.com“ server.
Then click the „Validate“ button to continue.

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If the DB2 connection was successful, then you should see that the text in the button
has changed to „Validated“. Now click the „Next“ button to continue.

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Click the „Install“ button to install the Sametime System Console Server.

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The Installation Manager now installs the Sametime System Console. This
step can take approximately 10 to 15 Minutes.

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Important to know...
If you plan to use the IBM Lotus Sametime System Console, you should install this part
first. But it is possible to add an already installed Sametime Server to the System
Console for managing and administration. This can be done with every new Sametime
component.
By the way, if you lose your already installed System Console server, you can revert it
back by installing a new one and add the already installed Sametime components to it
using post install registration utilities. Can be found in <product install root>/console
directory)
Be sure to make a backup of all related data and files (DB2 and WebSphere) because
it is much faster to restore a backup if a failure occurs.
You will see that it is worth to learn about the Sametime System Console and use it
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In this directory is the log file where the installer logs its progress. The file increases up
to approximately 340 KBytes.

Director on Windows 2008: C:UsersAll UsersIBMInstallation Managerlogsant

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The Sametime System Console server has installed successfully. Click the „Finish“
button and close the Installation Manager and the Launchpad.

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Close the IBM Installation Manager.

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STEP 2c: Log in to the IBM Lotus Sametime System
Console Server
Summary
Start your preferred Browser, enter the System Console URL and log in.
In this example we use the Mozilla Firefox.

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Enter the URL „http://sametime.renovations.com:8700/admin“.

Then click the “I understand the Risks” button.

The WebSphere Application Server Administrative interface (the Integrated Solutions
Console ISC) is always secured by SSL. Therefore you will be redirected to HTTPS and the
port 8701 automatically. You are prompted to accept the default certificate. For different
browsers the procedure to accept this IBM signed certificate is different.
You can use the direct URL: „https://sametime.renovations.com:8701/ibm/console“.
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The IBM signed certificate is not trusted by the browser. Click the „Get Certificate“
button to accept the certificate by clicking the “Confirm Security Exception Button”.
(this dialog is different using other browsers)

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Enter the WebSphere Application Server Administrative User name and its password.
We use „wasadmin“. Then click the „Log in“ button to continue.

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You have now reached the IBM Lotus Sametime System Console.

Next step is to configure the LDAP connectivity.
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STEP 2d: Configure the „Connect to LDAP Server“
Prerequisite.
Summary
In this step you configure the LDAP connectivity in the Sametime System
Console. This is used for the Sametime Community Server installation as
well as in the Sametime Meeting Server and Media Manager installation.
You can change this LDAP connectivity later. But this will not apply to any
Deployment Plan or to any already installed server. Any changes needs to
be done in the servers configuration directly. (Community, Meeting,
Media) This is only for the first installation of the servers before creating
the Deployment Plan.

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Click the „Sametime System Console“ link.
Now click the „Sametime Prerequisites“ link.
Next click the „Connect to LDAP Servers“ link.

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On any Sametime System
Console Screen you can
find additional information
on the middle part of the
page. There are Links to the
official Sametime InfoCenter
for the particular step you
want to do next.

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To connect to an LDAP server click the „Add“ button to continue.

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Configure the LDAP connectivity
information on this screen.
- The Deployment Name can be anything
describing this LDAP connection.
- The Host name should be the Full
Qualified Host name. The Port depends
on the LDAP.
- An Domino LDAP Server normally uses
the Port 389. Other LDAP Systems use
maybe use other ports.
- Do not use the secure connection
unless you have imported the certificate
from the LDAP server.
- The Bind Distinguished Name should
be the full qualified Distinguished Name
(DN) of the Bind user.

Click the „Next“ button to continue.

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The system now connects to the LDAP server, authenticates and requests the LDAP
parameters. It detects the possible Base DN's and the Directory type.
Select the right Base DN on this screen. With Domino LDAP the “LDAP base entry”
has to be empty. You can check the „Configure advanced LDAP settings“ checkbox
to see more LDAP parameters. Click the „Next“ button to continue.

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Click the „Finish“ button to save the settings and configure the
LDAP connection in the Symetime System Console Server.

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The LDAP connection is now successfully created and the Sametime System
Console server configured. This is a mayor security configuration change that
requires a WebSphere server restart.

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Click on “Servers” - “Server Types” - “WebSphere application servers”.

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Select the “STConsoleServer” and then click the “Stop” button.

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Check the check box “Do not show this message again” and click the “OK” button.

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Wait until the server has stopped successfully. Then click the “OK” button.

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Now click on “System administration” - “Node agents”.

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Check the check box of the nodeagent and click the “Stop” button.

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Wait until the nodeagent has stopped successfully.

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Now click the “Deployment manager”.

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Click the “Stop” button to stop the Deployment manager.

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Confirm the stopping by clicking the “OK” button.

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The Sametime System Console logs you out automatically.

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Go into the Services view and select the “IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.5 –
STConsoleServer_DM”. Then click the start button.

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The service is now starting.

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Start the “...STConsoleServer_NA” service.

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Start the “...STConsoleServer” service.

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All 3 services for the Sametime System Console are now started.

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Refresh your browser.

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STEP 2e: Increase the heap size on the Sametime
System Console
Summary
To ensure that the IBM® Sametime® System Console can properly
support all of the Sametime servers that use it as a deployment manager,
increase the heap size of the IBM WebSphere® Application Server
deployment manager. Complete this task before attempting to install other
Sametime servers.

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Log On to your Sametime System Console using your WebSphere administrator user
account and password

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Click on “System Administration” - “Deployment manager”.

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Open the “Java and Process Management” section and click the “Process definition”
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Under “Additional Properties” click the “Java Virtual Machine” link.

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Change the “Maximum heap size” from default 512 to “2048”. Then click the “OK” button.

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Click “Save” to save the last changes.

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Log out from the Sametime System Console.

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In the Services window select the “...STConsoleServer_DM” and click the restart button.

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STEP 3: Install the IBM Sametime Community
Server
Summary
In this step you install the IBM Lotus Sametime Community Server using the Sametime
System Console.
This step is split into these sub tasks:
a) Run the guided activity to configure the IBM Sametime
Community Server deployment plan
b) Install the IBM Sametime Community Server
c) Enable trust between the IBM Sametime Community
Server and the IBM Sametime Proxy,
Media and Advanced Servers
If you use a Windows 2008 or 2012 server it is recommended to disable unused TCP
global settings. The instructions for can be found in the Product Documentation.

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IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0
IBM Sametime 9 Complete - Basic Features Installation - From Zero To Hero - For Domino LDAP - Version 1.0