Thanks Bill, do you know the actual setting in RP to help resolve this issue. Is this due to a double hop problem or perhaps related to Kerberos on the internet facing web server ?
I read somewhere that Reverse Proxy settings by default authenticate using a hash of the password, hence the first server can authenticate the user against Active Directory, but cannot reuse the same credentials to impersonate the user to the actual internal IIS web server where Qlikview is hosted.
It would be great if anyone could provide some pointers in help resolving this issue.
Is your problem soveld? if so, please share with me.. as
I am very new to QlikView(I dont even know anyhting), but I got the requirement that, I need to access reports in QlikView. Users will login into my java based portal application, as soon as userlogged in, user will be authenticated and SSO token will be created.
With SSO token, what is the best way to access QlikView without validating/authenticating user credentials.
And one more thing is, our QlikView server sits on AWS.
Please reply me,a s I dont have much for this, hence requesting the help.