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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 using Fiddler – a very common utility that many admins already have loaded on their client machines. Here are the steps:
If you were expecting to see YII and see TlR instead, please take a look at my other blog posting (http://bit.ly/QOEvLF) covering the setup and configuration of SPN’s and Active Directory properties to allow for proper Kerberos authentication. Also, once Kerberos is functioning I recommend taking advantage of IIS’s AuthPersistNonNTLM setting to reduce the number of 401 challenges – this is also covered in the Kerberos blog posting under section 3.1.
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