[jcifs] NTLMv2 / Alternative?
david.pease at theedmgroup.co.uk
Wed Jan 5 14:29:10 GMT 2005
Hi. I'm looking for some advice on the following:
I've used jCIFS for NTLM authentication on a Java web app and it's worked a
treat, up until it's been deployed on a customer's network (Win2k3, AD)
configured to only accept NTLMv2 (lmcompatibility=5?). Apparently, the
refuses to change this.
So, I can't currently use jCIFS, but I'd like to know of any alternatives
which could be used instead. Does anyone have a rough idea of when jCIFS
Could Kerberos be used in this situation? If so, any info would be
received, as I know nothing about Kerberos so far (e.g. how does the
DOMAIN\USERNAME format map to the USER at REALM Kerberos format?). Can I use
Kerberos to automatically log users into the web app using IE?
Many thanks in advance,
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