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From Deepak Shetty <>
Subject Re: Reg NTLM Authorization Manager
Date Tue, 23 Mar 2010 17:39:01 GMT
>A user can enter the username in any case and it gets through NTLM
So if a user enters his username in all CAPS , IE still sends the version
the application expects ? I think im missing something here though I cant
place it. I guess a better place to check would be HTTPClient forums
(assuming the problem with uppercasing lies there - Id try a simple
standalone request using the samples).

HTTPClient does work with post requests (both the API and the JMeter


On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 12:07 AM, Gokulakannan Somasundaram <> wrote:

> >
> > Again , whether or not IE or FF change the case of the entered text , a
> > user
> > can enter his username in any case right?
> >
> A user can enter the username in any case and it gets through NTLM, but
> IE/firefox reports the username to the application without converting it to
> upper case. That's where i am facing the issue.
> > Also what version of NTLM ?
> >
> I think it is NTLM v2, since this is Windows XP. Please let me know, if
> there is a way to find it out
> > Did you also say you checked both versions of HTTP Samplers in JMeter? As
> > far as I know only the HTTPClient one supports NTLM
> >
> > Yes, we could use only HTTPClient, but for HTTP Client doesn't work with
> POST requests.
> Thanks a lot for your explanation.
> Thanks,
> Gokul.

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