The APIClient documentation provides examples of how to connect to a VersionOne instance using Windows authentication, and it can be found here: http://community.versionone.com/sdk/DetailedDocumentation/SDK%20.Net/....
There are basically two approaches, one using the credentials of the user that is currently logged in, the other using their fully qualified domain name.
Have you tried those?
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Eric
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 3:51 PM
Subject: Can a different user name/password be supplied with the API connection when VersionOne is set to use Windows Integrated Authentication?
I'm trying to run a scheduled job using the API on a windows server but since the instance of VersionOne I am trying to connect to is configured to use Windows Integrated Authentication it is trying to connect as the server windows user, which of course is not a member on VersionOne. I supplied the windows user name and password of a valid VersionOne member but it seems to ignore it and continues to give me a security exception "com.versionone.apiclient.SecurityException: User Not Authorized".
I get the security exception with either one:
V1APIConnector dataConnector = new V1APIConnector(url, userName, password);
V1Instance v1 = new V1Instance(applicationPath, userName, password);
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