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    Is Single Sign On possible through Spring.
    A user will be basically accessing my J2EE web application running on an application server (Websphere). I need to know the users windows login username.

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    This is very much out of scope of the Spring LDAP project. I'd recommend you to have a look at Acegi security for Spring or a CAS implementation, e.g. ja-sig CAS

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      For SSO Acegi and CAS is definitely a way to go. If you are looking for transparent SSO with IE then you should google for SPNEGO-Solutions like the ones offered by www.it-practice.dk (looks quite nice and it is cheap). IBM also has Information on SPNEGO with Websphere http://http://publib.boulder.ibm.com..._overview.html

      AFAIK SPNEGO is supposed to be supported by Java 6 out-ouf-the-box (but iGuess Websphere will take some time to migrate to Java 6)

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