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SSO Using JBoss Negotiation

 
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Hi All

I am stuck with this problem for last many days and am finding it increasingly difficult to solve it.

I am trying to configure SSO on my application deployed on JBoss (4.2.2) for windows 2000 ADS using Kerberos. I have done all the configurations given in the Negotiation_User_Guide_(en-US).pdf and now trying to test my configuration using the Negotiation Toolkit. Following are the issues I am seeing-

1) When I access the negotiation toolkit application from the JBoss server machine itself, the Basic Negotiation test fails with the message given below. However, note that the test succeeds when I access the toolkit application from some other machine

Warning, this is NTLM, only SPNEGO is supported!

2) I am unable to get the Secured test passed from any machine (including the JBoss server). It gives me HTTP 401 error with the description-

This request requires HTTP authentication ().

The log that I see in JBoss server log is different when I access the toolkit test servlet from JBoss server machine and from any other machine. Here's the exception I am seeing in the JBoss server log when I access the test servlet from JBoss server machine-




And following is the log that I see when I access the test servlet from any other machine-



I am really at a loss in figuring out the issue and a fix. Could anyone help me with this? Let me know if you need any additional details to help me identify the problem.

Thanks much
-Neelesh
 
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