Is it possible to use SQL server integrated security with a keytab when Kerberos is not enabled on sql server?

by Nicholas DiPiazza   Last Updated November 08, 2018 23:00 PM

I am able to use Integrated authentication with JDBC to connect to a SQL Server 2016 instance so I do not have to supply a password to access the database. The only auth scheme enabled in my sql server is NTLM.

Can I create a keytab for a user and use integrated authentication without enabling kerberos on the SQL server instance? Or is there some other way to "save" the credentials of a user and use them to log into SQL server without enabling kerberos on sql server?


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