In message <_A3994@delegate-en.ML_> on 06/03/08(21:29:44)
you "Nagel, Willy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|I have setup a server with IIS 6.0 and enabled Integrated Windows
|I have setup delegate with the following config file:
|STLS="fsv,fcl,sslway -cert lib/cert.crt -key lib/cert.key"
|MOUNT="/* https://mounted_ip/* via=ip_address"
|This configuration works with all sites, except with sites that have
|Integrated Windows Authentication.
|When I use the same configuration with Basic Authentication, this does
|Usually, when enabling both Integrated Windows Authentication and Basic
|Authentication on a site in IIS and Integrated Windows Authentication
|doesn't apply, you're authenticated using Basic Authentication.
|Is this at all possible with Delegate? Or do you have any suggestions?
Conveying NTLM authentication over HTTP seems be defined in RFC4559 and
the RFC seems requiring proxies to add a magic field
to the 401 response message asking NTLM Negotiate from the server.
You can add the field for all response messages with an option like folows:
If this workaround works in your case, I'll support it more neatly in DeleGate.
9 9 Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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