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Delphi XE2 and SPNEGO

Delphi XE2 and SPNEGO

Delphi XE2 and SPNEGO

Im trying to authenticate to a secured webserver which is using SPNEGO.
Does anyone know about code examples components (winsock or Indy addon components) that could help me negotiate with the server?

Im currently use Delphi XE2 and Indy 10 but its there exist other Winsock components that are able to negotiage using SPNEGO just throw a message.

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RE: Delphi XE2 and SPNEGO

I don't have any specifics, but a good place to start would be the JEDI Windows Security Library. You can access it here.

RE: Delphi XE2 and SPNEGO

After using Google I found out SPNEGO is the serverside implementation. Im supposed to use Integrated Windows logon using negotiation using Kerberos. (SSPI in this case)
I also found out that Indy have some problems with this and it will not work....

I dont know if this is the truth or not.... :)

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RE: Delphi XE2 and SPNEGO

Maybe check with Remy Lebeau on SO himself, it seems he created the workitem :)


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RE: Delphi XE2 and SPNEGO

I did speak to him about this issue, but i didnt get the answer I was hoping for.
I think I have to search for another way to solve it.

Quote (Remy Lebeau)

Not nativly, no. One would have to read the relevant RFC(s) and then fix
the broken logic in IdAuthenticationSSPI.pas itself. I haven't had any time
to do that myself yet.

Remy Lebeau (TeamB)


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