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Hilary Cotter is a New Jersey based consultant specializing in replication and other high-availability technologies, full-text search, and performance tuning. He has over 20 years of experience in IT.
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38 Successfully implementing Kerberos delegation
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Kerberos delegation is a method of securely transferring a user s credentials from the client s PC to the middle application tier such as a web server, then on to a back-end database tier. In this chapter, I ll explain some of the issues, talk about the prerequisites, and discuss the steps of implementing Kerberos delegation in your environment. I first became interested in digging deeper into Kerberos delegation when I asked a group of approximately 50 database professionals the following question at a local PASS chapter meeting: How many people have attempted to set up Kerberos delegation I was shocked to see so few hands, and then shocked again after hearing that not one of them was successful. I ve implemented Kerberos with a client for a scaled-out SharePoint and Reporting Services environment and ran into little difficulty doing so. It did take time to troubleshoot, but in the end there was victory. So why was I so successful I think it was partially due to a fantastic relationship with the system administrator, who was patient, curious, and not operating a systems environment in fire-fighting mode. I also had an old colleague who d traveled the Kerberos delegation path before and forwarded us some notes and resources. I m indebted to Goran and Richard for their help in the past, in turn making this chapter possible. Over the last few months, I ve scoured many Microsoft Knowledge Base articles, white papers, webcasts, blogs, books, and magazines to see that there are truly a lot of factors that can affect whether a Kerberos delegation implementation is successful. Upon setting up a virtual fictitious environment with which to test my findings, I quickly felt the pain of others who d traveled this path before me. I spent a number of hours troubleshooting some pretty mind-numbing errors. This chapter draws together what I ve absorbed and distills it into a package to make your implementation of Kerberos delegation successful.
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It isn t uncommon for a new technology solution to come along and for IT people to look around to see if they have a business problem that this new technology will resolve. This isn t always a bad thing, but sometimes businesses get skeptical and wonder if their IT staff are just looking for a reason to play with something new. Kerberos delegation is likely not one of those technologies. What Kerberos delegation gives us is fantastic for business, but there s no shiny exterior or crinkly wrapper. In fact I d guess that a large percentage of IT people didn t know that Kerberos delegation was introduced in Windows Server 2000 to lay a foundation for single sign-on. I d imagine Kerberos is often stumbled upon only after a scale-out project is embarked upon, and things don t go quite as planned, as is the case with the sidebar titled Twelve Angry Techs.
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Hopefully this chapter will help prevent you from running into some of the issues this group encountered: http://www.sqlmag.com/Article/ArticleID/99207/Twelve_Angry_Techs.html.
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The double hop
The difficulty with Kerberos delegation is that people often don t know what they don t know. They re forced to take error messages (the symptoms of the problem) and do some research until they uncover the mystery of their problem. Frequently, this problem is the one referred to as the double-hop issue. Out of the box, the Windows Server platform isn t configured to have users credentials passed from the client machine to a middle business tier, which in turn passes the users credentials on to the back-end data tier. The environment can be set up to operate that way, but it requires effort and understanding before this scenario will be possible. This chapter will step you through the configurations needed to successfully accomplish a double hop (and multi hops) in the most common environments.
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