[jcifs] jCIFS Jboss Tomcat IIS NTLM Authentication
Michael B Allen
mba2000 at ioplex.com
Wed Oct 26 17:57:25 GMT 2005
That's just an Outlook-ism. There could be an option that has to do with
headers and such that might fix that but I don't recall what it is.
On Wed, 26 Oct 2005 10:31:44 -0600
"Scott Shaver" <Scott.Shaver at mcdata.com> wrote:
> I thought I tried that but I'll give it another go. Won't this mean that
> the user's realm groups (security groups from active directory) won't be
> loaded then? If tomcat doesn't do the authentication via the filter I
> would assume that would be the case. That won't work for me if it is
> The application I have is an employee portal. I want the user to not
> have to log in to be authenticated. I have this working perfectly in
> WebLogic but I'm exploring a possible move to JBoss. I use the user's
> groups to avoid displaying certain sections of the portal.
> Thanks, Scott.
> On 10/26/05 Richard Caper wrote:
> >In my experience, IIS tends to "grab" the NTLM messages coming from the
> client; I've had similar issues using the filter fronted by IIS.
> >If all you need is to have getRemoteUser return the user name (i.e.
> just using the filter to authenticate against the domain controller)
> then you don't really need jCIFS; IIS can do this for you. See here for
> more details:
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