Hi Kervin et al, Your efforts are much appreciated. However, I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get the connector to authenticate against iCal Server or Darwin Calendar Server. Have you - or anyone else - succeeded?
Client setup: XP SP2, Outlook 2007. Server setup: iCal Server from OS X Server 10.5.2 or Darwin Calendar Server (latest = build 2263) When Digest authentication is on, I get an "Unauthorized" error when trying to browse the resource from Outlook. Home URI works in Safari/ Firefox. Error in the caldav log is: [NegotiateCredentialFactory] authGSSServerStep: Invalid token was supplied(No error) [AMP,client] 'Authentication failed: Bad credentials: Invalid token was supplied(No error)' When Digest/Kerberos is off and Basic is on (as edited directly in / etc/caldav/caldavd.plist), I still get "Unauthorized" 99% of the time. Under some special (poorly understood) circumstances, the default calendar "calendar" WILL show up and I was once (!) able to add an event to it (as seen by iCal client), although this quickly stopped working... HTH, /Emil 19 mar 2008 kl. 22.27 skrev Kervin L. Pierre: > Hi, > > There seems to be some incompatibility between > Apple Calendar Server and the Microsoft HTTP > Auth features in certain configurations. I still haven't > got Digest Authentication to work yet, and as others > have noted, windows sometimes defaults to > incompatible authentication schemes. > > There may be a work around. We've found work > arounds for similar issues with the MS HTTP > protocol stack and CalDAV servers. > > In the meantime, having Calendar Server to default > to 'Basic' or 'Simple' authentication, maybe over > HTTPS for security, might be the best way around > this if you'd like to continue test the connector. > > Best regards, > Kervin > > > ----- Original Message ---- >> From: Greg Cole <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >> To: firstname.lastname@example.org >> Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2008 1:56:42 PM >> Subject: Re: [otlkcon-devel] Question about Outlook Connection >> >> I was able to get IE 7 to login to our iCal server by disabling the >> setting "Enable Integrated Windows Authentication" under tools -> >> internet options -> advanced tab -> security section. I can find no >> similar setting for Outlook. >> >> Greg Cole >> System and Database Administrator >> University of Oregon School of Law >> 1221 University of Oregon >> Eugene, OR 97403 >> (541) 346-3933 >> >> On Mar 18, 2008, at 4:25 PM, Chad McDonald wrote: >>> Edwin, >>> >>> Sorry it's taken me awhile to get back to you on this. I had the >>> same issues that you do. From what I can tell it's an issue between >>> Windows and the Apple iCal server implementation of CALDAV. From >>> what I've been gathering it doesn't have much to do with Outlook or >>> the open connector plugin. Try this: >>> Can you login to http(s)://yourcaldavservername:8008 using IE (6 or >>> 7, it doesn't matter) on your test windows machine? I could not. I >>> even tried setting the iCal authentication method to "any method" in >>> Sever Admin with no luck. Mozilla firefox on windows authenticates >>> and can browse to calendar files on http(s)://mycaldavservername: >>> 8008 just fine. There is something in IE which is also then used by >>> Windows that prevents us from correctly authenticating to an Apple >>> iCal server. What it is I don't know but I know that is why when >>> you try to "browse" for calendars using the open connector plugin it >>> errors out with authentication failure messages. Hope this helps a >>> little, sorry I don't have better news for you. I'm not sure who >>> needs to update here M$ or Apple or maybe both, but I'm going to >>> report the issue to both parties and hope for the best. >>> >>> I'm copying the Open Connector List on this message as well in case >>> it provides help for any others out there struggling to make this >>> work with Apple's iCal server. Hope you don't mind. >>> >>> Chad McDonald >>> Compucraft Service Consultant >>> 616.454.3442 >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED] >>> http://www.compucraft.net >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> On Mar 12, 2008, at 11:55 PM, Edwin Bien wrote: >>> >>>> Hello Chad >>>> >>>> Please forgive me for emailing you but I am looking for assistance >>>> with outlook connectivity to iCal server. >>>> >>>> I see from your posting on the list you experienced authentication >>>> issues. >>>> I am having similar issues. >>>> Our configuration is leopard server with open directory enabled. I >>>> get “not authorised” errors. >>>> >>>> Were you able to resolve this issue and if so may I ask what your >>>> resolution was? >>>> >>>> >>>> Again Sorry for the intrusion >>>> >>>> Edwin >>>> >>>> >>>> Edwin Bien >>>> IT Support >>>> >>>> ZOO >>>> 82 Wentworth Ave Kingston ACT 2604 Australia >>>> Phone: (02) 6260 8777 Fax (02) 6260 8778 >>>> email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >>>> www.zoogroup.com.au >>>> >>>> >>>> NOTICE – The information transmitted is for use of the intended >>>> recipient >>>> only and may contain confidential or legally privileged material. >>>> If you are >>>> not the intended addressee, please notify the sender immediately >>>> and delete >>>> all records of the message from your computer. Any reproduction, >>>> dissemination, copying, disclosure, modification, distribution >>>> and/or >>>> publication of this message without the prior written consent of >>>> the sender >>>> are strictly prohibited. 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