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SSO problems with Tomcat

 
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We're running Windows 2008 R2, Tomcat 6, MS SQL 2005, JDK 6 update 20 and authenticating using AD from Windows 2003 R2 server.

The application we're using causes intermittent single sign-on errrors. We tried to upgrade to Tomcat 7 and the SSO errors went away, but the system was so slow it was unusable. Sometimes we get 8 SSO errors before we're able to use the system, but when it works it's very fast.

Any ideas?

 
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