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Single Sign On

We have an intranet hosted on websphere and developed in jsp. All the machines in our org are Windows 2000 and XP. The web server is on Win 2K. We are currently considering options to make single sign on for our intranet. Is this possible with jsp.

I am stuck at one point any help would be appreciated. Is it possible in any (I know it is not upto my knowledge) any possible way to access client resources using any of the technology: jsp or asp or some client side code or something.

If yes then, the file could access the windows logon credentials (could be stored in a text file at startup using batch script) and then user could logon to the intranet with windows authentication.

Please help!!


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i guess native code(JNI) + jsp could make it possible.
mihirjiAuthor Commented:
Could you please elaborate more on this as this is something new to me
wel since you are trying to get down to the os level , watever programming you do to maintain a single sign on will require you to write some logic in native languauge (most probably in c/c++ ) . you then call this dll from java to maintain a single identity i guess.

for JNI :

for single sign on
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