[jcifs] Re: JCIFS http filter problem with DC on Win 2003
inge.tapestry at gmail.com
Fri Apr 21 10:50:34 GMT 2006
One long shot theory:
When a client logs on, he is assigned a dynamically generated name.
Sometimes, the generated name can be resolved by the DC, other times the
generated name is not in the approved list. I'm completely lost here, is
this a valid theory?
The problem is, the only exception I get in the log is the "Access is
denied" for manual attempts. On transparent IE NTLM requests, I get nothing
in the log from NtlmHttpFilter. My log level is 4.
Thanks for any help!
On 4/21/06, Inge Solvoll <inge.tapestry at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm having stability issues with NtlmHttpFilter. The authentication works
> transparently most times for most users, but for some of them, no
> "NtlmHttpAuth" attribute is set in the session after NtlmHttpFilter has
> performed its work. On these occations, "manual" logins don't work either
> for these users, they get an exception (SmbException: Access is denied) when
> they try to manually type their username and password in the browser popup.
> A user can achieve successful logins one day, and then fail the next day.
> Any ideas? I'll try to get some more details if needed.
> I've tried some of the ideas in the FAQ:
> - Provide username/password for preauthentication
> - change the jcifs.smb.client.ssnLimit to 1.
> My setup:
> JBoss 4 on Windows 2003
> Domain controller on Windows 2003
> IE6 clients
> <!-- Overrides jcifs NtlmHttpFilter -->
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