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comment Windows Authentication to a Remote Server within an Intranet Environment
@TessellatingHeckler I understand that, I was trying to keep my reply brief. ;)
Jun
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comment Windows Authentication to a Remote Server within an Intranet Environment
@JimB The problem is, you don't know what you don't know, so recognizing the solution so far has not worked out for me after MUCH searching as I mentioned. I'll prioritize your link over my other search results. Thanks.
Jun
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comment Windows Authentication to a Remote Server within an Intranet Environment
@TessellatingHeckler Yes, that is precisely what I am aiming for. :) AFAIK we have a new SPN on the IIS which is what the AppPool Identity is set to, but the SQL Server is running under a different Identity and I do not believe it is an SPN. FYI, we have made successful Kerberos calls with the new SPN we created, but the SQL Server is seeing the SPN rather than the user.
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Added some sample results from my test app to illustrate what I'm getting back from the remote server call.
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comment Risks of Kerberos Delegation
I greatly appreciate your insights; very helpful. I've long since given up on configuring delegation on our Intranet and fell back to running the AppPool in IIS under a special account with access to the necessary resource as it was previously setup. I hope to revisit this issue and get a real solution in place, but a lack of time and experience with delegation preclude that hope for now. :(
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comment IIS 7.5 Globe with Question Mark Icon
Please observe the above screenshot. Clearly ftp is not enabled. Please stop answering my questions with so little effort; it's beginning to feel like you're trolling me. :(
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comment How to Install Windows Assemblies?
@RyanRies Oh, lol, gotcha, hehe. My bad. :P
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comment How to Install Windows Assemblies?
@RyanRies Wow, that was completely uncalled for. I was told I shouldn't delete my questions, otherwise I would have since I was wrong to begin with. I figured I'd at least post a helpful answer to explain I was wrong. Who's the troll?