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From "Christensen, Alan" <>
Subject RE: JMeter: Windows Authentication
Date Wed, 27 Dec 2006 08:01:38 GMT
The first https transaction that you attempt in a jmeter script will pop
up a password box.  The program is asking for the password for the java
keystore.  The password is "changeit".  

If you go into your file, you will find a line that
tells jmeter that the java keystore password is "changeit".
Unfortunately, this line is commented out in the default file.  If you uncomment this line, then jmeter will
never pop up this password dialog again.

Hope this helps. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Narayan Sabnis [] 
Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2006 9:21 PM
Subject: JMeter: Windows Authentication

I am doing a performance test on an application which has windows

HTTP Authorization manager settings
Base URL	: https://<server IP:port>/rootfolder (should this be
ONLY the IP 
address of server?)
Username  	: domain-name/username
Password	: domain password

HTTP Request defaults settings
Server name  : IP address
Port No	   : 80
Protocol        : https

After this, if I run the script, it pops up a dialog box for password
but doesn't really take any action. Can somebody please provide any
detailed pointers for handling windows authentication through JMeter?

Sample flow of application for your reference 1. User opens Internet
explorer and hits the URL of application 2. It pops up a windows user ID
/ password dialog box where user enters the details 3. Home page of
application is showed to the user 4. From there user takes flow of a
standard shopping cart application.


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