Hibernate configuration with windows authentication
If any one know about this thing that windows authentication ispossible using hibernate for mssql 2005 please give me the informationhow i will change my hibernate config file. i used jtdshibernate.cfg file
and i copy all the jar file jtds.jar and native jar to lib or ntlmauth.dllfile in system32 or i have given the path in environment variablealso..i have done all the thing carefully but still i am getting error "Login failed for user ''. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection."
and i also tried with datadirect but its giving error
Caused by: java.sql.SQLException: [DataDirect][SQLServer JDBC Driver]A username was not specified and the driver could not establish a connection using Kerberos (type 4) integrated security: No CallbackHandler available to garner authentica tion information from the user at com.ddtek.jdbc.base.BaseExceptions.createException(Unknown Source
if u have any solution for windows authentication please reply me .. or tell me is it possible or not thanks in advance.
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You may come across connection problems when routers have Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) enabled and clients do not support it.
In Windows XP, Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC) may mistake a WPS enabled router for a WPA-Radius protected one and warn you that there is no certificate to connect to it:
To work around this problem, you can either disable 802.1x authentication on the client or disable WPS on the router's.
802.1x on the client can be disabled in the properties of the wireless network. On the Authentication tab, untick the 802.1x Authentication option. Make sure that the correct encryption type is selected on the Association tab and that the WPA Pre-Shared Key or the WEP key is entered.
On Windows Vista things may even be worse. When you try to connect to a WPS enabled network, Vista may prompt you for a user name, password and domain name as if PEAP authentication were used. When you manually create the network profile specifying WPA2-PSK, AES and the Pre-shared Key, Vista may refuse to connect stating that the network profile does not match the actual configuration. The only work-around in this case is to disable WPS on the router.
To disable WPS on the router, go to the Wi-Fi Protected Setup. To learn how to disable WPS click here... At the top of the page, just set WPS to disabled and apply changes. You may need to delete the profile for the network on the client card before it can connect to the router.
To get out of hibernation on all computers with Windows....you simply have to push the power button once and the system is supposed to come out of it. If it does not, power the laptop off, remove the ac adapter power and then remove the battery. Push the power button to bleed any residual power in the capacitors. Plug in the AC adapter and power the laptop back up. It it boots, go ahead and replace the battery. You then may have an issue with hibernation on that particular computer. My advice is to go to the control panel > power options > hibernation tab and uncheck usinf hibernation. Most modern computers do not need this if they are sleeping or if you just want to shut the system down. There have been more bad registry problems with hibernation than any other thing.
There is no built-in wireless LAN support in Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0. Wireless network adapter manufacturers must supply all wireless and authentication functionality for these versions of Windows.
To configure a wireless client computer running Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0, you must use the wireless configuration tool provided by your wireless network adapter manufacturer. Please see the instructions for the wireless configuration tool to configure 802.11 and 802.1X authentication settings.
Does your friend and yours IP settings the same?To clarify you would have 2 types of connection from your ISP.The 1st type of connection is that the authentication happens in the modem through the PPPOE UN/PW and the IP configurations are done in the modem and as such wont require to configure the IP settings when the windows is reinstalled.However the 2nd type of DSL service is that the IP settings are done in the windows and does not require any PPPOE username and password to authenticate.You would have to verify with your ISP which type of service you have and if you require any change order to make it the same way your friend has.
Please let me know any clarification you would require for this issue.
It sounds like you have "Hibernation" mode activiate. Try these steps to re-configure Hibernation....
It can be configured to kick in automatically via the Power
Options Properties screen. In the screen capture below I've
selected the Portable/Laptop power scheme that includes a
setting to put the system into hibernation mode after 3
of system inactivity.
The Advanced Tab in Power Options Properties gives you the
option of setting Power buttons to invoke hibernation. Many
keyboards contain a 'Sleep' key that is very convenient to
use with hibernation as illustrated in the screen capture below.
Try to get the Linux OS called "Fedora 8". It has all the Samba features. And Fedora 8 is a Linux Kernel ( Red Hat ) server Operating System, You can do many things with it. But you will internet to download more stuffs in fedora 8.