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Kerberos authentication issues


Hello,

I've configured Kerberos authentication on NAM 4.0 and with 3 separate
and trusted domains. I've also configured fallback authentication.

When i'm on domain and try to access my app, Kerberos authentication
works fine with IE, Chrome but not with Firefox. With Firefox i got a
partial version of my custom login page (i got a 404 not found message
for some .css and .js).

I got the same thing with the 3 browsers (IE, Chrome, FF) when i'm out
of the domain and try to access to my app. For the second issue this
means that fallback auth works but something goes wrong with the custom
page loading.

Any one faced a similar case or have an idea how to solve it?

Thanks.


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Re: Kerberos authentication issues

bamira <bamira@no-mx.forums.netiq.com> wrote:
> When i'm on domain and try to access my app, Kerberos authentication
> works fine with IE, Chrome but not with Firefox. With Firefox i got a
> partial version of my custom login page (i got a 404 not found message
> for some .css and .js).


Did you configure Firefox to use Kerberos? IE and Chrome share same config
regarding this.

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Re: Kerberos authentication issues


Yes,

i solved it by configuring FF and IE for Kerberos authentication (Chrome
share the same config with IE).

Thanks.


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Re: Kerberos authentication issues

On 3/17/2015 10:04 AM, bamira wrote:
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> Yes,
>
> i solved it by configuring FF and IE for Kerberos authentication (Chrome
> share the same config with IE).
>
> Thanks.
>
>

Did that resolve your login page issues too?

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Re: Kerberos authentication issues


Yes it did.

Regards,
Boubakeur


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