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WSSv3 Consuming its own RSS Feed

  Asked By: Keaton    Date: Feb 16    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 863

I've tried having the RSS Viewer consume an RSS feed from a SharePoint
list on the same site.

I get an error that the RSS Viewer doesn't support authenticated RSS
feeds. Are there any configuration options that may make this work?
I read something about Kerberos authentication, but not sure if it



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Donta Kirkland     Answered On: Feb 16

Yes, from B2TR on, WSSv3 requires Kerberos authentication  to be
enabled before it can consume its own RSS feeds. This was apparently
to resolve a security hole.

For a single server configuration, this is easy to configure in
central administration. For any
multi-server configuration, you also have to enable Kerberos
delegation on the network by
configuring the application pool identity account (or the machine
account if using Network Services) as "trusted for delegation" in
directory, and registering an SPN. The database server machine
also must have an SPN registered, although it doesn't need to be
trusted for delegation.

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