Apr 07, 2017 03:44 PMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
Thanks for the link, but... Expletive-deleted! What a sadistic web article. Black font on grey? I had to download it as text and read it in Notepad to avoid going blind!
Anyways, it made it sound as though I needed to delegate trust not only to the service accounts under which the Web app and the SQL server run, but the machines they run on as well. While that doesn't make sense to me, I did so. However, it still doesn't
work - though, the article said to stop and restart the services - if that's necessary, I'm going to have to wait until tonight to avoid interrupting user activity on the SQL server. I'll let you know if it worked on or before Monday.
On a related note, in one of the posts I read while pursuing this topic, I came across a web app tool called DelegConfig2 that is supposed to provide some debugging\configuration checking related to Delegation. I downloaded and installed it in IIS, but when
I ran it and clicked the "Report" link (which seems to be the initial step suggested), it would just display a page with the text "Please Wait", and this does not change after waiting an unreasonable amount of time, like 5 minutes. Do you know of this tool,
and if it's any good? I'll continue trying to get it working, but I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask you.