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I noticed some interest in my earlier posts about ntlmHTTP, and that surprised me a bit. I wrote about the subject in 2011, and that is a long time ago, in IT terms! So to clarify things: the ntlmHTTP project is no longer required: Adobe added NTML (aka. “Windows Integrated Authentication”) support to the CFHTTP […]

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Just a quick note: I did finally find the time to re-test the ntlmHTTP project for ColdFusion after the installation of .NET 3.5 on our ColdFusion test server (check out my earlier posts on the subject). And yes, ntlmHTTP works – at least for accessing web pages that are protected by “Windows Integrated Authentication”. Next trials will try […]

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I have had a bit of trouble to get ntmlHTTP running correctly on our servers. In response to my ticket on RiaForge, Nick Harvey clarified the dependence of the DLL on .NET version 3.5 (or higher, I suppose). I’m not a Windows nor a .NET specialist, and I don’t have many rights on the servers […]

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We have been trying out the 0.2 version of the ntlmHTTP project for ColdFusion, in order to see if we could call the SharePoint webservices. Unfortunately, POSTing a SOAP request never works: we always end up with a nasty error message for any of the new methods. Here’s a sample message: System.MissingMethodException: Could not find […]

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At work, we have tried the initial version of the ntlmhttp project on RiaForge (see my post from last week as well). We’re (still!) on CF8, installed in a minimal way, so I had to install the .NET integration layer first. But that is fairly simple: Download and install the Download ColdFusion 8 .NET Integration Service Installer (EXE, […]

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It shouldn’t come as a surprise when I say that web services are becoming quite important, even within (larger) companies. My problem with using web services at work can be summarized in a single statement: my ColdFusion servers do not speak the “Integrated Windows Authentication” required by almost all the Windows-servers in our corporate network, […]

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