[jcifs] Fallback with a list of domain controllers.
aw at ice-sa.com
Wed Dec 1 09:17:46 MST 2010
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> Hi Michael,
> Likely I've explained very bad my issue.
> The developer team has implemented a web application that needs SSO and
> they've taken advantage of JCIFS SSO Filter to integrate with Active
> Directory so users aren't asked for credentials when they go to the
> application URL.
> As you say, JCIFS performs authentication only with the target file server,
> but before that I think users need to authenticate against a domain
> controller for SSO purpose. Please, correct me if I’m wrong.
> We also have a web.xml file and here you’re the code for the filter:
> As you can see, we don’t use WINS resolution because we only have DNS
> resolution in our domain. My intention is to set specific domain controllers
> for the NTLM authentication, I don’t want users authenticate against other
> domain controllers that are far from their location to avoid excesive
> network traffic.
> Thank you very much.
> Michael B Allen wrote:
>> Hi fedayn,
>> JCIFS performs authentication only with the target file server
>> (identified by the hostname in the SMB URL). So I'm not really sure I
>> understand the question.
>> Michael B Allen
>> Java Active Directory Integration
>> On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 8:45 AM, fedayn <jsv at tragsa.es> wrote:
>>> Hi everybody,
>>> My question is quite simple, is it possible the user has to use a concret
>>> list of domain controllers to authenticate?.
>>> For instance, create a lmhosts file and set a list of domain controllers.
>>> don't know if one of those DC's fails will fallback on the next one on
>>> Thank you.
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