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Get a crowd SSO cookie via NTLM auth

I am looking to see if its possible to get crowd to give me a SSO token/cookie by using an NTLM based authenication. has anyone done this before?

Thanks for the help-

Chad

3 answers

NTLM is a pretty old tech for AD auth now adays - here's a doc that compares it with some other options.

https://www.appfusions.com/display/KBRSCJ/NTLM+v1+or+v2+or+Kerberos

We are using Kerberos for Windows/Active Directory SSO solutions for our customers.

If interested, see our offering here:

https://www.appfusions.com/display/KBRSCJ/Home

Best,

Ellen

0 votes

Hi Chad,

There is actually a plugin for this (though it uses Kerberos instead of NTLM):

Integrated Windows Authentication for Apps using Crowd (IWAAC)

(Disclaimer: I work for the plugin's vendor)

Bruno

We do not yet do NTLM authentication to Crowd itself, but if you need to integrate seraph-enabled applications like Atlassian Confluence or Atlassian Jira with Active Directory to do SSO on any platform - we have it.

http://techtime.co.nz/x/AwCxAg

The NTLM Authenticator is delivered as a jar file and instructions how to deploy it to Atlassian Jira and/or Confluence to work in conjunction with IOPlex Jespa library to perform NLTM authentication in Windows environment.

The cost is one-off NZ$150 (plus fees for Jespa license payable to IOPlex).

TechTime NTLMv2/NTLMv1 authenticator supports Confluence 4.x as well as Jira 4.x. We are currently working on adding Fisheye/Crucible to the mix. The authenticator itself works in Crowd environment as well as without Crowd.

We are always open to requests if some killer feature is missing.

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