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IIS 6.0 reverting to NTLM authorization

This is related to my other question here. We have a .net 2.0 app hosted in IIS 6 on two different servers (the second server was setup to troubleshoot this issue) these servers are on two different ...
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Why should I not run setspn.exe on the domain controller?

I found several references (see below) on blogs that the setspn.exe utility should be run from either a client or server machine in the domain, but not from the domain controller itself. ...
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Why is MS SQL Server Using NTLM Authentication?

Windows Server 2008 R2. SQL Server 2008 R2 installed. MSSQL Service runs as Local System. Server FQDN is SQL01.domain.com. SQL01 is joined to an Active Directory domain named domain.com. The ...
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Windows Authentication KRB5KRB_AP_ERR_MODIFIED

Let me preface by saying, I've been on this issue for about a week and a half now and I can't figure it out. I think I'm close, but every time I've thought that so far, I was wrong. I've looked at ...
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IIS Credential Delegation for AppPool in Integrated Pipeline mode

I know there have been mkore than a dozen articles on this topic, but for some reason I have not been able to find a solution. Server WEB1 has IIS7.5 with a site using Windows Authentication (kernel ...
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Adding new SPNs to existing service ids

We have a tomcat server using spring-security kerberos to authenticate users to the webpage against active directory. There are around 25 domain controllers. The site has two CNAME based DNS ...
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Kerberos - Adding a SPN to a Domain User

When adding a new SPN into the Kerberos domain, you have the option of mapping the SPN to a user. In general, I join the domain through Integrated Windows Authentication, and this creates a new ...
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SPNs and Kerberos Delegation

I would like to check my understanding. This is a fully hypothetical scenario below as I am currently studying for a certification. I have an IIS App Pool with a basic website, which accesses data ...
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Multihop Kerberos delegation on IIS7 / Windows 2008

So here I am again dealing with probably the number one support question on IIS, SPNs. I am not a novice when it comes to this, having lived the pains of getting SSRS front ends to delegate for SQL ...
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Will kerberos work with CNAMEs if I have the SPN created for the A record as well?

We are currently setting up a SQL 2012 environment and it will be used for storing data that will be accessed by SSRS in sharepoint integrated mode. We will be using Kerberos for authentication. ...
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Kerberos issues after new server of same name joined to domain

Environment: Windows Server 2012, 2 Domain Controllers, 1 domain. A server called Sharepoint1 was joined to the domain (running Sharepoint 2013 using NTLM). The fresh install for Sharepoint1 (OS and ...
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SPN's, Kerberos and IIS

I have a dns alias of MyWebServer, which points to the ip of a win 2008 r2 box running iis 7.5. I have the correct HTTP spn's set up for a domain user which has permissions to delegate to a nominated ...
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Permissions to create an spn

According to some of the documentation I've read the service account for SQL server will create an SPN when the database engine starts up, allowing for kerberos authentication. I haven't been able to ...
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Why deploy Kerberos for Exchange 2010 SP1 RU3?

The first version of Exchange 2010 to support Kerberos is SP1 RU3. It does this through the RollAlternateServiceAccountCredential.ps1 commandlet. Besides implementing "better" security, does this ...
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help using setspn and ktpass

I'm trying to set up the SPNs and create a keytab file for tomcat kerberos spnego Single sign on. the server running tomcat7 is ubuntu-ad1.wad.eng.hytrst.com the KDC is kerberos.wad.eng.hytrust.com ...
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need help in setting up SPN for Kerberos Authentication

I am using IIS 7 for setting up a website under windows authentication. I am seeing authentication issue which i am almost sure that it is related to kerberos issue and i am wrongly setting up SPN. ...
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Kerberos Issue on Aliased SharePoint Web Front Ends

I am having a problem with Kerberos working on SharePoint. Also note that I am a developer not a network guy so if I use the wrong terms I apologize but I hope my intent is clear. We have two web ...
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Confusion about Kerberos, delegation and SPNs

I already posted this question on SO, but the nature of it is between programming and server configuration, so I'll re-post it here as well. I'm trying to write a proof-of-concept application that ...
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Create SPN with setspn.exe - Insufficient access rights

On a Windown Server 2008 Domain Controller, I'm attempting to add a Service Principal Name (SPN) to a user account 'Postmaster' in order to enable Kerberos authentication from a Communigate email ...
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Can I share one SPN between two service accounts?

I am running IIS and SQL Reporting Server on the same server. IIS runs as d\acct1 and SSRS is running as d\acct2. Initially, I registered an SPN HTTP/server.d.com for both d\acct1 and d\acct2 and ...
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Creating keytabs and service principal names

I'm trying to set up a keytab for a Java server to support Kerberos authentication on a Windows network. I'm struggling to get it working even at the level of the command line tools, haven't even got ...