As to a ProfileTokenCredential - in the SSO scenario it is recommended that the password be set to *NONE for the user profile - therefore it can't log in with a password. And that precludes the use of this class, seems to me.

Vern

On 8/3/2011 1:44 PM, David Gibbs wrote:
On 8/3/2011 1:39 PM, Vern Hamberg wrote:
But that VM does not know how to retrieve the credentials from the
system. When I use the Kinit method in java, it creates the credentials
cache in a file on disk. Trouble is, I need to know the user's password
- I mean, I should not need to run Kinit anyhow - we've already signed
in to the Windows domain, and the ticket-granting ticket is already on
the system.
Fair warning: I don't know .net at all.

If you are using jt400 ... can you get an AS400 object?

Perhaps you can use a ProfileTokenCredential ... that way you don't need the credentials. http://urlq.us/2o

david




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