You can set the authentication method for Jive for Outlook users by going to System > Settings > Jive for Outlook > Advanced.
You can set the authentication method used for Jive for Outlook in the Advanced tab.
For information about choosing an authentication method, see Choosing an
Authentication Method. The default setting, and the recommended
authentication method for most users, is OAuth.
Note: You can also use Remote Client Customization to set the authentication
method. However, this method is not recommended unless you have a problem using the
non-registry method. If you do need to use Remote Client Customization, make sure
the settings match what you have set elsewhere.
To set your authentication method:
Go to System > Settings > Extended APIs > Desktop Applications.
Under Authentication Method, choose the authentication method you want to use.
If you chose OAuth as your authentication method, then Enable OAuth.
You can choose OAuth as your authentication method for Jive for Outlook.
OAuth provides a process for client users to authorize third-party access to their
server resources without sharing their credentials (typically, a username and
password pair), using user-agent redirections.
To enable OAuth, configure the following settings in your company's proxy and
Allow #JIVESERVER#/api/oauth2/* calls without any authentication headers.
Accept the oauth2 authorization header as a valid and
authenticated call to the server. For example, Authorization: oauth2
If you want to enable auto-updates, allow outgoing network access through the
firewall to files.jivesoftware.com.