SFTP Connection Issue w/ Domain service account.

Explorer ,
Sep 30, 2019 Sep 30, 2019

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I an using Cold Fusion 2016 Enterprise Edition on a Microsoft Windows 2016 server and IIS.   We do alot of file transfers to printers that are running Solaris Unix via SFTP using the CFFTP secure="yes" option. 

 

On certains system the SFTP portion hangs infinitely, or errros out with a auth timeout.   This only occurs when Cold Fusion is running with a AD domain account, and does not occur if I run Cold Fusion with the local system account.  

 

I've tried using both Key/passphease and username/password to login.

 

Has anyone come across this issue before, and is there a fix?   I am currently running Cold Fusion 2016 using the local system account however the security implementaiton guides I need to follow state that I should be running the service with  domain account.

 

CFFTP Code using:

 

<cfftp action="open" server="#ip#" connection="foo" secure="yes" username="#username#" passphrase="#passphrase#" key="#keypath#" retrycount="5" stoponerror="yes" timeout="120" port="22" />

 

 

 

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Oct 05, 2019 Oct 05, 2019

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I suspect a configuration issue. You should request your System Administrator to configure the FTP service to use Active Directory

1) for credentials/permissions;

2) for user isolation on the server.

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Well the solaris unit system isn't setup to connect to any active directories, I am going to schedule the ssh daemon be run in debug mode so that I can capture where the hang up occurs.

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