Anyone got any ideas?
I'm having the same problem even with my server lying in the same trusted domain
proxy bypass *.mydomain
Can Anyone help me out with this one?
I don't know what you expect here. CFB doesn't support NTLM authentication. The End.
You've raised a bug (good! I've voted for it), and until Adobe implement it, CFB will continue to not support NTLM authentication.
What do you need the RDS connection for?
Sorry i didnt realised it hadnt been fixed i thought it would have been by now.
Im using RDS to navigate all my files on my remote development server. Appears to be the fastest option)
It was working until i upgraded eclipse to 3.6
No idea what i did to get it working before, just remember spending Hours fiddling (very much wishing id made notes, but i think the reason i didnt make notes was because i got it working but not sure how :-)
Ok I have managed to get RDS working with my NTLM Proxy (and like i thought there is no real answer other than just fiddle fiddle fiddle).
Not sure what actually fixed the problem but i know what the last thing i tried was.
That was to Remove the RDS config that was saved from the old eclipse 3.5.2 and redo it, after a restart of eclipse (with cfbuilder plugin) the RDS connection jumped to life.
The settings under "window > preferences > general > networkconnections" were:
Active Provider = Direct
I tried the ammendment to the eclipse.ini file (http://le-moulin-de-verre.com/fieldnotes/?p=103) - This didnt appear to work.
I tried installing the old eclipse hack for RDS (the way it was done in the old days) - http://www.coldfusionjedi.com/index.cfm/2006/7/6/Getting-the-RDS-extensions-for-CFEclipse
These things didnt seem to work
Not sure that any of these would help anyone in the future with NTLM as i appear to be bypassing security.
Either way it works for me
PS after any changes ar emade i recomend restarting eclipse (for peace of mind :-))