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Dominick Baier
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      09-13-2004
I think i had a similar problem a while ago -

and i further thinks - yes - he is falling back to NTLM which makes delegation impossible...

when you turn on auditing for logon events you can see the Authentication Package that is used -

when using kerberos - the NEGOTIATE SSPI should be used - see if in the case you described the AuthPackage is NTLM to clarify this...



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Hi,

As the title suggests I have a question about delegation in ASP.NET.

We have an ASP.NET application running on a web server which requires
clients to authenticate via Windows Integrated authentication. We're running
in a Win2K native-mode domain and the clients are IE6 so we should be using
Kerberos to authenticate.

At some points the application needs to send an email on behalf of the
client; this it achieves by impersonating the remote user and using WebDAV to
talk to the exchange server running on the DC (which is a physically separate
box from the web server).

This is working in the main and the credentials appear to flow from the
browser, through the web-app to the exchange server.

However, it only hangs together with a certain set of *browser* settings :s

If the site is configured to live in a zone (e.g. Intranet or Trusted Sites
etc.) that has either of the "automatic logon..." options in the IE custom
security level dialog selected then all is well.

As soon as this isn't true and we manually enter the credentials when
prompted, we authenticate with the web-server OK, but then the ASP.NET app
can't authenicate with the exchange box on the client's behalf (its as if
we're back to impersonation rather than delegation).

We believe that we've all the accounts are correctly configured for
delegation (i.e. user accounts are *not* marked as sensitive, app account is
marked as trusted for delegation, machine account trusted for delegation).

Does anyone have any ideas about what this browser option is actually doing
that makes the whole thing work?

The application only supports windows integrated authentication so it can't
be "falling back" to basic - is it falling back to NTLM though?

Any help will be much appreciated.

cheers,
Matt


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