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NTLM Authentication using SQL Server ODBC driver on Linux


NTLM Authentication using SQL Server ODBC driver on Linux

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Hello,

I'm trying to connect to SQL server 2012/2008 using SQL Server ODBC linux driver(version 11.0.2270.0). When i connect using Windows credentials, a kerberos based server connection is attempted. If the connection fails, authentication mechanism does _not_ fall back to NTLM unlike other clients. The following technet article explains this behavior in detail.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh568450.aspx

Is it possible to enforce NTLM authentication based connection ? The reason i'm asking this is because the machine may or may not be Kerberos "ready" and hence forcing NTLM authentication would help.

Thanks,

Vipul
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