How to use Windows Authentication with PocketQuery?

How to use Windows Authentication with the PocketQuery addon?

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If you want SSO, so that Confluence get windows credentials for login, you have to use kerberos.

I try it on webserver side, but I finally end there:

They have a free version for 4.x,x version:


These guys are really awesome and they will help you with everything for setting this plugin smile

Alternatively to the plugin, you may yet implement IWA via IIS, or via Jespa.


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Bruno Vincent Community Champion Sep 08, 2015

If your Confluence instance uses Crowd for user management, you can deploy the IWAAC plugin (Integrated Windows Authentication for Apps using Crowd) by Cleito:

This plugin is compatible with any web app using Crowd for user management and SSO, including Confluence, Jira, Bamboo, Bitbucket Server (Stash), FishEye, Crucible, Jenkins etc.

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