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Oxygen XML Editor supports the following HTTP authentication schemes:
  • Basic - The basic authentication scheme defined in the RFC2617 specifications.
  • Digest - The digest authentication scheme defined in the RFC2617 specifications.
  • NTLM - The NTLM scheme is a proprietary Microsoft Windows Authentication protocol (considered to be the most secure among currently supported authentication schemes).
    Note: For NTLM authentication, the user name must be preceded by the name of the domain it belongs to, as in the following example:
    domain\username
  • Kerberos - An authentication protocol that works on the basis of tickets to allow nodes communicating over a non-secure network to prove their identity to one another in a secure manner.