The JDBC driver supports the use of Type 2 integrated authentication on Windows operating systems through the integratedSecurity connection string property. Updated On: 12-12-2013 00:01. Article Id: 160050. Sign in to view. Legacy Id: TECH220252. Status: Published. I am searching solution for the same issue. Connecting with integrated authentication On Windows.
But, It doesn't seem to work. The SQL Server only allows NTLM credentials for login when using the JTDS driver. Add support for windows auth to sql server with jtds jdbc #58.
Closed kembree1 opened this issue Jun 7 ... to the user and password parameters you already have then a user can install the jtds jdbc driver java and connect to sql server via windows authentication from all platforms, not just windows. The second step is the similar with using SQL Server authentication. The only change is that the connection string is: jdbc:odbc:dsn-name. This comment has been minimized. The jTDS driver that comes with Confluence wants to use a SQL server user and can’t use NTLM/Windows authentication out of the box.
My question would be: Is there a way to import data from the SQL server using the WINDOWS authentication mode?
How do I configure the JDBC Connector in IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator (TDI) to connect to SQL Server using Windows Authentication? Thanks in advance, Ganessen.
JTDS driver connection string info for SQL Server Discover scanning using NTLM. Products: Data Loss Prevention Network Discover. Palash_Tichkule (Palash Tichkule) July 27, 2018, 9:28am #3. How do I …
Add a new DSN to connect MS SQL Server using windows authentication account following wizard setup. Both the Microsoft SQL Server JDBC driver and the jTDS driver require no software other than the driver jar file if making a connection using SQL Server authentication. Cause Best practice indicates you should use Windows authentication instead of SQL authentication whenever possible because you avoid storing credentials in connection strings and you avoid passing passwords over the network to your database server.
With a few simple changes, we can have Confluence using NTLM auth to connect to SQL Server. The jTDS driver does support Windows authentication from non-Windows systems.
Issue/Introduction: I am using the JTDS driver to scan an SQL Server target.
Being a Windows admin I tend to stick to the existing Microsoft stack where possible, so I typically run Confluence on Windows against Microsoft SQL Server. There is no need to use username/password any longer, because it is already connected to the server! Python script to sync data can be other option that can be tried.