- From: wjzhang@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ("WenJun Zhang[msft]")
- Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2007 10:02:20 GMT
As I know, IIS is the only web server which supports Kerberos auth... To
confirm, you can use WebFetch to capture a trace to confirm.
HOW TO: Use Wfetch.exe to Troubleshoot HTTP Connections
To use, please input:
Host: (The site's domainname/hostheader or servername or just IP address)
Port: (The site's port number if it isn't using the default 80)
Path: (The relative path of your page.)
Auth: (Select Kerberos, specify proper user credential)
Press Go! to issue a http request to the server and check what response is
returned. I think the trace should slow us with the details. Please paste
the whole log data here.
I'll wait for your update.
Have a nice weekend.
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