[jcifs] Authenticating against 2 domains

Robert Thullner rthullner at gmx.at
Tue Oct 31 19:19:52 GMT 2006

I did not solve it, because I managed it, to refuse the requirement, but 
what I found out during the research was, that it should work if you 
authenticate against one domain (e.g. domain 1) and domain 1 has a trust 
relationship with domain 2. But I did not try it, because there was no 
way to establish a trust relationship.

Perhaps this can help you.

Todd Patrick schrieb:
> I was wondering if this was ever solved?
> I tried:
> <init-param>
> 	<param-name>jcifs.smb.client.domain</param-name>
> 	<param-value>domain1,domain2</param-value>
> </init-param>
> But this did not work.
> I'd appreciate any thoughts or examples on how to authenticate against
> two domains?
> Thanks,
> --Todd
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