It’s with great pleasure that we bring you version 1.2 of the SharePoint Connector. Available for download today, you can now connect Confluence to Microsoft SharePoint 2010 as well as SharePoint 2007. You’ll also find much improved support for Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA). That’s not all, let’s take a deeper look into what’s new…
1. Connect Confluence to SharePoint 2010
All the features that were available in SharePoint 2007 are now available in SharePoint 2010.
- Embed Confluence pages and page trees into SharePoint pages
- Embed SharePoint lists and documents into Confluence pages
- Edit Office documents directly from Confluence save them back to SharePoint
- Single sign-on
- Unified search results
2. Complete Support for Integrated Windows Authentication Protocols
With added support for NTLMv2 and Kerberos version 1.2 of the SharePoint Connector now supports all of the Integrated Windows Authentication protocols.
Not sure what configuration to use? Our handy guides and decision charts will help you choose the configuration that suits your environment. Detailed documentation will help you get up and running fast.
3. Easy Connection to Additional SharePoint Site Collections
It’s now even easy to deploy the SharePoint Connector to more site collections with the new SharePoint Connector Installer. A few clicks and you’re done.
4. Multiple Active Directory Domain Support
Do you have two users with the same username in two different domains? No problem. The SharePoint Connector can now distinguish between them. With the latest release, you can configure the connector to pass the domain as well as the username when checking the user’s permissions in Confluence.