[squid-users] ntlm_auth defaulting to succeed
gkinkie at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 05:19:53 UTC 2015
you can check the ntlm_fake_auth helper; it'll blandly trust
anything the user says.
On Wed, Dec 2, 2015 at 10:10 PM, Noel Kelly <nkelly at citrusnetworks.net> wrote:
> Hello All
> We have been using Squid and ntlm_auth for many years with mainly success.
> However we have always had a few annoyances like continual authentication
> pop-ups if a user has changed their password and not restarted their session
> or, as now, persistent popups which seem related to a browser update (Google
> Chrome is the suspect currently).
> It occurred to me that thee days we don't use ntlm_auth to block Internet
> access per se but rather to capture the username to manage access using ACLs
> and the username.
> So I was wondering if anyone had any ideas for a Squid config where the
> ntlm_auth helper always succeeded regardless of the password so they user
> gets waived through and Squid has the username needed to process the ACLs?
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