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I assume you are using Java - I am not, at least not directly - IKVM is a .NET layer - actually a kind of Java VM but not completely implemented - it is not capable of getting the Kerberos credentials - the developer admitted that he hasn't written that, it'd be pretty difficult (JNI involved, I hear) and that there hasn't been a demand.

On 8/3/2011 2:59 PM, David Gibbs wrote:
On 8/3/2011 2:54 PM, Vern Hamberg wrote:
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.
The ProfileTokenCredential doesn't require a password ... it's basically a token that can be used to connect to the same system directly.

I use this mechanism to authenticate requests from my RDi Plug-in to a server running on the host ... the user authenticates once and the token is passed to allow the server to connect as the user and do work for him.

I suspect I'm not understanding the problem you're having.

david


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