IIS 7 and Above
Chrome not able to pass the Authorization header as NTLM authenticati...
Last post Feb 08, 2017 08:15 AM by lextm
Feb 08, 2017 06:33 AM|boopesh|LINK
We are using MVC application with AngularJS which is a Windows authentication based application(NTLM) hosted in IIS. When I browse my application in IE, it works fine. IE passed the Authorization header as NTLM authentication code. and it works fine in Firefox
But when I try to open the application in chrome, it keeps prompting for Authentication. I confirmed that in Fiddler as well. In request header, authorization header was passed as bearer token authentication type. Can this be the cause of the issue? If Yes,
is there any other way to overcome this.
I was not able to call any WebApi from angularJS http post from chrome. Is there any way to avoid that? is there any specific code that has to be added in WebAPIConfig.cs file to handle NTLM Authentication?
Feb 08, 2017 08:15 AM|lextm|LINK
Clearly it is a Chrome issue, and it does not work quite well with NTLM. Let Google know and hope they can fix that for you.