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SQLNET.NO_NTLM=FALSE in the SQLNET.ORA file [message #687933] Tue, 25 July 2023 14:20 Go to next message
totalnet32
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Registered: July 2023
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running in a mixed environment of oracle12 and oracle19
I need to add SQLNET.NO_NTLM=FALSE in the SQLNET.ORA file for ORacle19
will adding SQLNET.NO_NTLM=FALSE to the sqlnet.ora do anything to the oracle12 environment?

the oracle12 and oracle19 environments are all scripted and use the same configuration files (sqlnet.ora /tnsnames etc)

thanks
Re: SQLNET.NO_NTLM=FALSE in the SQLNET.ORA file [message #687935 is a reply to message #687933] Wed, 26 July 2023 12:29 Go to previous message
John Watson
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I'd never heard of that one and it doesn't seem to be documented, just a few hits in Metalink. However, my experience is that you can put any junk in sqlnet.ora and it will not break anything. So I would expect that your 12.x environments will ignore it. If you enable SQL*Net tracing you might see some warnings about it, but I would be surprised if it caused errors. Try it, and please report back.
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