[jcifs] jcifs loses post parameters

Tapperson Kevin Kevin.Tapperson at hcahealthcare.com
Thu Jan 26 16:16:11 GMT 2006

You should see duplicate requests submitted.  This is how NTLM works
with the HTTP post operation.
The first HTTP post request submitted should contain an NTLM type-1
message and NO post parameter data.  The server should respond with an
HTTP 401 error response and an NTLM type-2 message.  The server should
not attempt to do any sort of processing on the first request, other
than rejecting it with the HTTP 401 error response.
The second post request submitted should contain an NTLM type-3 message
AND the post parameter data.  The server should process this request.


From: Abhijeet Sarwate [mailto:abhijeet.sarwate at gmail.com] 
Sent: Thursday, January 26, 2006 9:57 AM
To: Tapperson Kevin
Cc: jcifs at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [jcifs] jcifs loses post parameters

Hi Kevin
I see duplicate requests being submitted !
any workaround for this?

On 1/25/06, Abhijeet Sarwate <abhijeet.sarwate at gmail.com> wrote: 

	Thanks for a very well researched solution.
	On 1/25/06, Tapperson Kevin <Kevin.Tapperson at hcahealthcare.com >

		The NTLMPostFilter that I had posted previously should
be used in
		conjunction with the NtlmHttpFilter.  It should be
placed in the filter 
		chain BEFORE the NtlmHttpFilter.
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		On Behalf Of Abhijeet Sarwate
		Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 10:33 AM
		To: Michael B Allen
		Cc: Tapperson Kevin; jcifs at lists.samba.org
		Subject: Re: [jcifs] jcifs loses post parameters
		Hi Mike
		I have seen both the posts before. Where would you put
that filter ?
		Inplace or after etc ?
		Let me know
		thanks for the quick response
		On 1/24/06, Michael B Allen <mba2000 at ioplex.com> wrote:
		       On Tue, 24 Jan 2006 09:36:21 -0600
		       "Tapperson Kevin" <
Kevin.Tapperson at hcahealthcare.com 
		<mailto:Kevin.Tapperson at hcahealthcare.com> > wrote:
		       > See: 
		       > <
		< http://jcifs.samba.org/src/docs/ntlmhttpauth.html
<http://jcifs.samba.org/src/docs/ntlmhttpauth.html> > >
		       > and:
		       Man this IE preemtive auth is a pain. Heres the
KB article about
		       What I would like to know is what exactly IIS
does if you
		perform the
		       server side solution mentioned:
		       * Configure the Web site to permit both anonymous
access and 
		         authentication (Integrated Windows
		       Even if anonymous access is enabled, why would
that stop IE from
		       preemtively trying to authenticate?

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