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j5 Installation and Upgrade

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Installation & Upgrade
j5 Version
2019
  1. Open Google Chrome, click the Customize and control Google Chrome menu icon, and select Settings.

    customize-google-menu-settings

  2. Select Advanced and then System.

  3. Select Open your computer's proxy settings. The Network & Internet Settings window opens.

  4. Enter Internet Options in the Find a setting box. Select Internet Options from the list. The Internet Properties window opens.

  5. Select the Security tab and then Trusted sites. Click Sites.

  6. If j5 isn't configured to use HTTPS, clear the Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone check box.

  7. Add the j5server full host name to the websites.

  8. Click Custom level... in the Security level for this zone section.

    internet-properties-custom-level

  9. Scroll down to User Authentication and then select Automatic logon with current user name and password.

  10. Click OK. A Warning! dialog box appears. Click Yes.

  11. Click OK on the Internet Properties window.

  12. Check the log file. You should see something like the following:

    20-04-22 12:30:28 INFO: Attempting Kerberos Authentication at HTTP@ad.full.domain.name

    2020-04-22 12:30:28 INFOSuccessful login by bsmith (using auth type <j5.User.KerberosAuthenticate.KerberosAuthenticate object at 0x0913F3B0>)

  13. Verify that Kerberos is correctly configured. To do this, navigate to the j5 server in Google Chrome. If Kerberos is configured correctly, no authentication is required. You should be signed in as the domain user for your computer.