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  • Blog Post: CRM 2011 Service Principal Names (SPN) generation and usage

    When we implement CRM 2011 we always hear or read the term Service Principal Name (SPN) for accurate Kerberos Authentication; however, sometimes understanding Kerberos Authentication is time consuming and needs experience. Sean has written a detailed blog explaining Kerberos Authentication here. ...
  • Blog Post: Using Fiddler To Check For Kerberos Auth

    Frequently I see customers trying to verify if their Kerberos settings ( http://bit.ly/QOEvLF ) are truly working or not. In the past we’ve used tools such as NetMon, Kerbtray, Klist, and others to verify this however, recently I found a very simple way to test if Kerberos auth is working or not...
  • Blog Post: Kerberos in Load Balanced Environments

    A very common topic we tend to get many questions on is delegation and troubleshooting delegation usually via one of the many topics that impact this: SPN’s, Kerberos, Load Balancers, 401 errors, etc. Many times detailed environment knowledge is required to make any conclusions, so rather than documenting...
  • Blog Post: How to Decrease 401 Responses in CRM Web Traffic

    When analyzing traffic from a web application such as CRM you may notice that many of the requests result in a 401 (Access Denied) before they get the 200 Success response. This is a normal authentication sequence for Kerberos or NTLM. Internet Explorer will first attempt anonymous access before any...
  • Blog Post: How to Decrease 401 Responses in CRM Web Traffic

    When analyzing traffic from a web application such as CRM you may notice that many of the requests result in a 401 (Access Denied) before they get the 200 Success response. This is a normal authentication sequence for Kerberos or NTLM. Internet Explorer will first attempt anonymous access before any...
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