Michael B Allen
ioplex at gmail.com
Wed May 12 13:04:20 MDT 2010
I believe there is an example in the top-level directory that
exercises the Kerberos version. Or perhaps it is in the examples
directory (it would be the only example that is NOT in the stock JCIFS
Note that the Kerberos version has only been tested with this one
example (although I believe the group that provided the Kerberos
version used it in a production environment at some point).
On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 2:03 PM, Tony Thompson
<Tony.Thompson at stone-ware.com> wrote:
> Sorry to resurrect an old thread but, I have a question about getting the
> ListFiles sample to work with Kerberos. I am using the Kerberos version of
> the jCIFS JAR and it appears to still attempt NTLM authentication. Is there
> a way I can get the jCIFS samples to work using Kerberos? Do I need to
> configure something?
> Michael B Allen wrote:
> Hi Tony,
> Actually I think the Kerberos version can do both. The Keberos version
> is updated whenever those guys supply a new package which is every 6
> months or so. Unfortunately the JCIFS API has
> NtlmPasswordAuthentication objects littered throughout the codebase
> and those need to be factored out and replaced with some credential
> agnostic infrastructure. I'm pretty sure I know what I'm going to do
> for that but for a variety of reasons it's not going to happen soon.
> On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 9:17 AM, Tony Thompson
> <Tony.Thompson at stone-ware.com> wrote:
> I am currently using the NTLM code in jCIFS to do NTLM authentication to my
> web applications (like the NtlmHttpFilter). I am also using jCIFS to
> connect to CIFS shares. I have a project that requires me to connect to
> CIFS shares using Kerberos. From what I can tell, it looks like I can do
> either NTLM or Kerberos, not both. Is this a correct assumption? Also, how
> often is the Kerberos download updated? It appears to be a couple revisions
> behind jCIFS core.
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Michael B Allen
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