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JMeter windows authentication

 
Rahul somanath
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Hi All

I am new to JMeter. I am currently doing a performance testing of a web application using Jmeter. This web application uses Windows authentication.
When I am generating the request i am getting the following message in the response section of the "View Results Tree"



I came to know that for windows authentication we need to use Http Authorization manager above the Http Request element.
This is the input i have given

Base url: http://localhost:3030
username: m1/userid
password:pass

I also tried changing
Base url: http://localhost:3030
username:userid
domain: m1
password:pass

I am still not able to resolve the issue. I would be great if someone could help me in resolving the above issue in JMeter. I also dont understand what is Realm, whether it is required or not and why

Thanks and Regards
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Rahul somanath
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I google a lot and could not find an answer to the above question. Can someone let me know if JMeter supports SPNEGO authentication.
 
Sabine Chemaly
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Hi,
Have you found a solution to your problem?
I need to do the same thing.
Thank you
 
Rahul somanath
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Hi Sabine Chemaly

I have not found the solution. If you have found the solution please let me know.

Thanking You
Rahul
 
Antonio Diaz
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That error is due to SPNEGO authentication mechanism. You're probably trying to connect to a non-basic authentication port (like Kerberos, for instance) which is not supported by JMeter. The solution consist in using a port with basic auth, normally 83, having your HTTP Authentication manager correctly configured. If you are calling a clustered server, i'd recommend calling one of the two radwares directly. I hope this helps!
 
Dmitri Tikhanski
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Hey folks,

Check Windows Authentication with Apache JMeter guide out.

It covers both NTLM and Kerberos protocol.

Hope this helps.
 
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