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In Microsoft CSS, Setting up and Configuring Kerberos for MSBI is one of the top call volume generators which makes us realize there is definitely some gap in Understanding on how to setup and ...

In Microsoft CSS, Setting up and Configuring Kerberos for MSBI is one of the top call volume generators which makes us realize there is definitely some gap in Understanding on how to setup and configure Kerberos for MSBI stack in a multi-server farm environment. In the session, we intend to explain and more importantly simplify the steps to setup Kerberos for SQL Server, SSAS, SSRS & Sharepoint along with the Demo of the issues which can occur based on real live experiences with troubleshooting and configuring for Customers.

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  • All about Kerberosin Microsoft BIParikshit Savjani
  • 1. Introduction : Who am I?Parikshit Savjani is a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft with specialization on SQL Serverand Business Intelligence (SSAS,SSIS and SSRS).His role involves consulting,performance PFE in Koreatuning,delivering workshops,chalk talks to Premier Customers of Microsoft environment. He SQL co BI, PDWhas 4.5 years of experience with Microsoft & SQL Server. He contributes to the communityby Blogging his learnings on this site, www.sqlserverfaq.net & MSDN Blogs 2
  • 1. Facts around KerberosAgenda 2. The Double Hop Scenario 3. Kerberos 101 4. Kerberos Concepts 5. Constrained v/s Unconstrained Delegation 6. Steps to setup Kerberos 7. Configuring Kerberos for SQL Server 8. Configuring Kerberos for SSAS 9. Configuring Kerberos for SSRS 10. Configuring Kerberos for SharePoint Shared Services 3
  • Facts Around Kerberos Microsoft adopted Kerberos Open Source Project v5 as a default Developed By MIT as part of authentication protocol Project Athena which starting Windows 2000 & started in 1983 XP Kerberos is one of the top call volume generators for Microsoft CSS for MSBI Products Kerberos fits the bill with It is not hard to configure the SSO and Secure Remote Kerberos but it is easy to Authentication misconfigure it 4
  • Introduction toKerberos 5
  • The Double Hop Scenario(Why Kerberos?) IIS Web Server DataSource Web Application Delegation Data Security Defined per User Identity via Roles 6
  • Kerberos 101 1. User sends Ticket request 2. AS in KDC authenticates the Ticket Request and Grants the TGT 3. User needs access to Remote Service 4. User sends the TGT to the KDC authenticated by TGS and issues service ticket 5. Users sends the service ticket to remote server which decrypts the service tickets and authenticates the user. 6. Client/Server session is established 7
  • Kerberos ConceptsSPNs• SPN identifies a given service on a given server on a given port running under a given account in the network• Service Ticket is issued only for those service which has SPNs registered• Kerberos Authentication fails if SPNs is not registered for a service.• SPNs are required for Constrained Delegation introduced with Windows 2003Delegation• Kerberos Authentication supports Delegation using forward able TGTs forwarded to Delegated Services.• Windows 2003 introduced Constrained Delegation to allow forwarding of tickets to specified remote services(SPNs) only. 8
  • Constrained Delegation v/sUnconstrained DelegationConstrained Delegation Unconstrained Delegation• Kerberos delegation is used to pass • Kerberos delegation is used to pass end-user credentials to specified back- end-user credentials to any services end services only on any destination computer.• Introduced in Windows 2003 • Introduced starting Windows 2000• Secure • Less Secure• An SPN is required to delegate to the • No SPNs are required target service• Protocol transitioning is supported only in Constrained Delegation 9
  • Steps to configure Kerberos1. Configure clients & server to use Windows Integrated Security at every tier in a Multi-tier environment2. Configure Service to use Negotiate Authentication Protocol3. Register SPNs for every service involved4. Identify Intermediate Computers and Service Accounts which require Delegation5. Enable Constrained Delegation For Intermediate Computer and Service accounts6. Restart the intermediate services for refreshed tokens7. Purge any issued Kerberos tickets on the clients 10
  • Kerberos ForSQL Server
  • Configuring Kerberos for SQL ServerAutomatic SPN Registration• SQL Server registers the SPNs automatically each time it starts and deletes it when it stops• Service Account should have Read ServicePrincipalName and Write ServicePrincipalName or Allowed access to Validated Write Service Prinicipal Name.• By Default, Machine Accounts have these permissions.• SQL 2012 uses Managed Service Account which are virtual machine accounts and posses these permissionsManual SPN registration• Required Manual registration of SPN for SQL Service using setspn which requires Domain Admin privileges• Requires Deletion and Re-registration if service account or port changes for SQL Service. 12
  • SPN Formats For SQL ServerNamed instanceMSSQLSvc/FQDN:[port|instancename]setspn -S MSSQLSvc/myhost.redmond.microsoft.com:instancename accountnamesetspn -S MSSQLSvc/myhost.redmond.microsoft.com:port accountnameDefault instanceMSSQLSvc/FQDN:port|MSSQLSvc/FQDNsetspn -S MSSQLSvc/myhost.redmond.microsoft.com:1433 accountnamesetspn -S MSSQLSvc/myhost.redmond.microsoft.com accountnameClustered InstanceMSSQLSvc/VNNFQDN:[port|instancename]setspn -S MSSQLSvc/mycluster.redmond.microsoft.com:instancename accountnamesetspn -S MSSQLSvc/mycluster.redmond.microsoft.com:port accountname 13
  • Validate Automatic SPN RegistrationSQL Error Log registers the success or failure of Automatic SPNregistration.Validate Manual SPN RegistrationFrom a remote client, Fire the following TSQL QuerySELECT auth_scheme FROM sys.dm_exec_connections WHERE session_id =@@spid ; 14
  • DemoAutomatic SPN Registration For SQLServer 15
  • Kerberos ForSQL AnalysisServices (SSAS)
  • Configuring Kerberos for SSAS• No Automatic SPN Registration• Manual SPN registration• SPN Formats Default Instance MSOLAPSvc.3/FQDN Setspn.exe -S MSOLAPSvc.3/Fully_Qualified_domainName OLAP_Service_Startup_Account Setspn.exe -S MSOLAPSvc.3/serverHostName OLAP_Service_Startup_Account Named Instance (Unlike SQL Server Named Instance, Port cannot be used) MSOLAPSvc.3/FQDN:instancename Setspn.exe -S MSOLAPSvc.3/Fully_Qualified_domainName:instancename OLAP_Service_Startup_ccount Setspn.exe -S MSOLAPSvc.3/serverHostName:instancename OLAP_Service_Startup_Account 17
  • Considerations for SSAS NamedInstanceNamed instanceSPNs for SQL Browser Service is required for Named InstanceSQL Browser SPN FormatsMSOLAPDisco.3/FQDNSetspn.exe -a MSOLAPDisco.3/serverHostName.Fully_Qualified_domainName BrowserServiceStartupAccountSetspn.exe -a MSOLAPDisco.3/serverHostName BrowserServiceStartupAccountNamed SSAS SPN doesn’t list in the Delegation TabKnown Issue for Windows 2003 AD & Windows 2003 Functional Levelhttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/959202Requires Manual update to msDS-AllowedToDelegateTo Attribute 18
  • DemoConfiguring Kerberos for SQL Server SQL Server Linked Server SSAS (Default Instance)) (Named Instance)Linked Server Query to SSAS (Delegate to SSAS SPN) Client 19
  • Steps to configure Kerberos• Configure clients to use Windows Integrated Security at every tier in a Multi-tier environment• Configure Service to use Negotiate Authentication Protocol• Register SPNs for every service involved• Identify Intermediate Computers and Service Accounts which require Delegation• Enable Constrained Delegation For Intermediate Computer and Service accounts• Restart the intermediate services for refreshed tokens• Purge any issued Kerberos tickets on the clients 20
  • Kerberos ForSQL ReportingServices (SSRS)
  • Configuring Kerberos for SSRS• Requires Server to support Kerberos Authentication Protocol (RSWindowsNegotiate, RSWindowsKerberos)• ASP.NET must be configured for Windows Authentication Web.Config for Report Web Service and Report Manager <authentication mode="Windows"> <identity impersonate= "true" />• Client Application or Browser should support Windows Authentication• SPN should be registered for every Host Header Name• Requires HTTP SPN Default Instance/Named Instance Setspn -s http/<computername>.<domainname>:<port> <domain-user-account> Setspn -s http/<hostheader> <domain-user-account> 22
  • DemoConfiguring Kerberos for SSRS Report SQL Server (Default Instance) SSRS)using Integrated Windows Security to (Delegate to SQLfetch the data from Data Source Server) Browser Client 23
  • Steps to configure Kerberos• Configure clients to use Windows Integrated Security at every tier in a Multi-tier environment• Configure Service to use Negotiate Authentication Protocol• Register SPNs for every service involved• Identify Intermediate Computers and Service Accounts which require Delegation• Enable Constrained Delegation For Intermediate Computer and Service accounts• Restart the intermediate services for refreshed tokens• Purge any issued Kerberos tickets on the clients 24
  • Kerberos ForSharepointServices(Excel/Reporting/PPS)
  • Configuring Kerberos for Sharepoint• Sharepoint Web Application must configured for Negotiate Authentication Protocol• Required HTTP SPN Setspn -s http/<computername>.<domainname>:<port> <domain-user-account> Setspn -s http/<hostheader> <domain-user-account>• HTTP SPNs are required for any alternate access mapping• Delegation should be configured on Default App pool to the Integrated Services• Delegation should be configured from the Integrated Services to Data Source 26
  • Kerberos for SSRS 2008 R2 SharepointIntegrated ModeSQL 2008 R2 Reporting Service Integration with SharePoint 1. HTTP SPNs for Sharepoint Web app 2. HTTP SPNs for SSRS 3. MSSQLSvc SPNs for SQL 4. Delegation from Sharepoint to SSRS 5. Delegation from SSRS to SQL 27
  • Kerberos for Shared Services (Excel/RS2012/PPS) in SharePoint 1. HTTP SPNs for Sharepoint Web appSQL 2012 Reporting Service/Excel Integration with SharePoint 2. Dummy SPNs for SSRSExcel(Shared Services) 3. Dummy SPNs for C2WTS 4. MSSQLSvc SPNs for SQL 5. Delegation from Sharepoint to SSRSExcel Account 6. Delegation from SSRSExcel to SQL Server 7. Delegation from C2WTS to SQL Server 28
  • DemoConfiguring Kerberos for SSRS 2012 Sharepoint) SQL Server RS 2012 Shared (Default Instance)Reports integrated with SharePoint Service C2WTS2010 with SQL Data source Browser Client 29
  • Steps to configure Kerberos• Configure clients to use Windows Integrated Security at every tier in a Multi-tier environment• Configure Service to use Negotiate Authentication Protocol• Register SPNs for every service involved• Identify Intermediate Computers and Service Accounts which require Delegation• Enable Constrained Delegation For Intermediate Computer and Service accounts• Restart the intermediate services for refreshed tokens• Purge any issued Kerberos tickets on the clients 30
  • SummaryIt is not hard to configure Kerberos but it iseasy to misconfigure it  31
  • References Kerberos for Microsoft BI http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/1406.kerberos-for-microsoft-bi-en-us.aspx Configuring Kerberos for Sharepoint 2010 – Chuck Heinzelman http://northamerica.msteched.com/topic/details/2012/DBI304#fbid=odHBKGXHWp9 Configure Kerberos authentication for SharePoint 2010 Products (white paper) http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg502594.aspx 32
  • Parikshit Savjani (pariks)Premier Field EngineerIndiapariks@microsoft.comwww.sqlserverfaq.net@talktosavjani