[jcifs] Occasionally NTLM Filter fails...Please Help.
shivsn2008 at yahoo.com
Wed May 20 10:14:17 GMT 2009
Thanks for the repsonse. In that case is it advisable that I use ONLY
jcifs.smb.client.domain property (i.e. (i.e. I use neither
jcifs.smb.client.domainController or jcifs.netbios.wins). Which domain
controller will this set up use to authenticate against and are their any
risk with this?
This URL (http://eckhart.stderr.org/doc/libjcifs-java-doc/ntlmhttpauth.html)
says "Either a jcifs.smb.client.domain or jcifs.smb.client.domainController
property is required". 90% of my users belong to one specific domain while
others are third party users and need not require SSO.
Michael B Allen wrote:
> On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 11:42 AM, shivsn <shivsn2008 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Thanks Mike.
>> I have another small question if you could please answer.
>> Currently we are using jcifs.netbios.wins as jcifs param and seeing this
>> issue. We noticed that when we use the DC (not WINS) the problem goes
>> We tried jcifs.http.domainController and it works. Not sure why??
> Honestly I don't even remember how to use the filter. I haven't tried
> it in many many years.
>> My quesiton is regarding jcifs.http.domainController - can you please let
>> know if I can provide 2 (or more) DC seperated by commas i.e. if one of
>> DC is down will it take the second one (similar to jcifs.netbios.wins
>> parameter where we have provision to provide more than one WINS)?
> No but there is a patch for that in the patches directory. Not sure if
> it actually works though.
>> If not,
>> then what happens if the DC entered for this jcifs parameter is down?
> You'll get a big exception and it will fail miserably.
> Michael B Allen
> Java Active Directory Integration
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