[jcifs] Websphere+SSO+NTLM

altiuser alti_user at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 5 15:51:26 GMT 2007

Hello Frank: Thanks a lot. I used your code to test but still I am running
into the same issue. I was tracing the HTTP headers as I tried to access the
Webspshere Admin console and found that the third RESPONSE from the server
is not being initiated.

By tracing HTTP headers this is what I found,
Client Sends Request  -->
                             <-- Server sends a NTLM Response
Client Sends NTLM Request -->
                                <-- Server Sends NTLM Challenge
Client Sends NTLM Challenge Request  -->
                                                 <-- And Now server Never
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I tried playing with timeout numbers and other jcifs properties but no luck.
Any Idea what might be causing this?
I am using Win 2003 server; Websphere App server and Jcifs 1.2.12.

I really appreciate your input.

Thank you.

altiuser-2 wrote:
> Hello Gurus: I am a novice and I am trying to configure SSO on my
> workstation to
> log into websphere Portal. I have followed the steps outlined in one of
> the
> articles on Google-Groups
> (http://groups.google.com/group/ibm.software.websphere.application-server/browse_thread/thread/7ebd5d9f9e01f92e/0637305e88e1d267?lnk=st&q=NTLM+websphere&rnum=9&hl=en#0637305e88e1d267)
> When ever I open my MSIE to open the admin page I am getting "page cannot
> be
> displayed error" When I checked the return code is 401-Unauthorized.
> Just to check I tried the same from Firefox it prompts for a username and
> password when I key in my credentials it passes the authentication part
> and
> takes me to admin page. I believe as per the google groups (NTLM+SSO
> configuration) when I access the admin console from MSIE I should be able
> to
> access it seamlessly but apparently it fails. Could someone please direct
> me in
> the right direction?
> Properties that are set for jcifs are
> jcifs.http.domainController=<my dc name>
> jcifs.smb.client.domain=<my domain>
> jcifs.smb.client.username=<username>
> jcifs.smb.client.password=<passwd>
> jcifs.util.loglevel=3
> jcifs.netbios.wins=<wins server ips>
> I would appreciate if someone can help me.
> TIA.

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