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Configuring the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional Command

Configuring the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional Command


This section describes how to configure the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional
Command feature, which allows Jabber Messenger 3.x users to locate and create online
meetings on the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional server. To integrate Adobe Acrobat
Connect Professional with the Jabber XCP server, you must be running Breeze Server,
version 5.1, SP1.

Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional Server Setup

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This section describes how to set up your Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional server for
external authentication via HTTP header.

X To set up your Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional Server


1. On your Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional server, change to the
AdobeAcrobatConnectProfessional_InstallDir\appserv\conf\WEB_INF directory.

2. Open the web.xml file in a text editor:

3. Locate the HeaderAuthenticationFilter section, and add comment delimiters around


the <init-param> entry as shown below:
<!--
<init-param>
<param-name>ignore-pattern-0</param-name>
<param-value>/api/</param-value>
</init-param>
-->

4. Add comment delimiters around the <filter-mapping> entry as shown below:


<!--
<filter-mapping>
<filter-name>NtlmAuthenticationFilter</filter-name>
<url-pattern>/*</url-pattern>
</filter-mapping>
-->

5. Verify that the remainder of the HeaderAuthenticationFilter section is uncommented,


and save the web.xml file.

6. Change to the AdobeAcrobatConnectProfessional_InstallDir directory.

7. Open the custom.ini file in a text editor.

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Configuring the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional Command

8. Add the following attribute at the end of the file:


HTTP_AUTH_HEADER=<header_name>

where <header_name> is the name of the HTTP header populated by your external
authentication system when a successful login has occurred; for example:
HTTP_AUTH_HEADER=X-User-Id

9. Save the custom.ini file.

10. Restart your Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional server.

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Command Configuration
This section describes how to configure the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional
command in the LaunchBroker Configuration screen.

X To configure the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional command


1. Change to the Controller’s Basic configuration view.

2. In the LaunchBroker Configuration screen, click the check box beside Adobe
Acrobat Connect Professional to enable the feature for configuration.

3. Configure the Basic parameters as described in the following table. These parameters
are sufficient to configure the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional command.
Parameter Description

Node Enter a unique identifier for the command.

Breeze XML API URL Enter the URL for the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional
XML API; for example:
http://breeze.server/api/xml

Breeze Admin User Enter the Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional administrator
account; for example:
admin@breeze.server

Admin Password Enter the password for the Adobe Acrobat Connect
Professional administrator.

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Parameter Description

Confirm Password Enter the password again to confirm it.

4. If you want to fine-tune your configuration, configure the following parameters,


which are available in the Controller’s Intermediate and Advanced configuration
views:
Parameter Description

Command Enter the number of seconds that the LaunchBroker should wait for
Time-out form results before timing out.

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(Advanced)

Should new Breeze Select Yes or No depending on whether you want the LaunchBroker
users be created? to create new Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional accounts when
it services requests from non-existent users.
(Advanced)

HTTP header for Enter the HTTP header name that is used to set the effective user
effective ID during proxy authentication requests. This text box contains
X-User-Id by default, and should match the configuration of the
Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional server.

Local Host Enter the names of one or more hosts that are treated as local to the
server and for which accounts may be automatically created. By
(Advanced)
default, this text box contains the hostname of the server on which
the Jabber XCP server is installed.

HTTP Proxy Select this option if you want all Adobe Acrobat Connect
Professional traffic to go through an HTTP proxy.
(Intermediate)
• For Host, enter the proxy’s IP address or FQDN.
• For Port, enter the proxy’s port number.

Configuring a Custom LaunchBroker Command


Custom LaunchBroker commands must comply with XEP-0050: Ad-Hoc Commands.
You can read the XEP at http://www.jabber.org/jeps/jep-0050.html.

X To configure a custom command


1. Change to the Controller’s Advanced configuration view.

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