If you want your QlikView server operating in "NTFS authorization (Windows controls file access)" mode, than you really need Integrated Windows Authetication. That requires that clients and servers are in the same Windows domain. That excludes "public internet".
Also, Apache proxy will discard all the messages and headers related to Windows Integrated Authentication .
Few options that might work:
- use a virtual network (VPN) = your clients are in the same Windows domain as the server
- don't use Windows Integrated Authentication
- there are few samples about "header authentication". That means the web page (your Apache) needs to add some headers that can be checked by QlikView from some LDAP or similar.
thanks for your reply. About don't use windows integrated authentication --> I thought with the Small business Edition this is the only option to work with, DMS is not possible. Can you confirm this?
My situation is about the same as Fabio except I can work with a windows web server instead of apache.
I just need to know it's possible to run a QV small business webserver on a windows WEB server (not in a domain) and access de QV SB server via LDAP authentication? Goal is that employees can access the QV SBE environment via public internet.
Thanks again for your feedback!