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Has anyone confronted a situation where you had to introduce a JAX-WS consumer that is challenged to authenticate with NTLM to a .NET endpoint ? I can't seem to figure this out and some forum threads I read ended with "we gave up and crafted a .NET client", although these threads date back to 2011... I am able to send a request through SOAP-UI using NTLM / Kerberos authentication turned on but can't seem to figure out how to force client to do authentication on its own in java (version 6).

This a simple snippet

This has no effect and I don't know at this point if security manager supposed to be null when setting default authentication. I also really want to avoid this authentication to be global since from a bunch of WS clients communicating with different endpoints only one has to be this smart.

Do any of you have suggestions ?

P.S. In the end solution will be based on Apache CXF.

Thank you.
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