[squid-users] Adobe CC behing Squid
mika.ristimaki at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 06:18:04 UTC 2018
IIRC Adobe CC connects to a HTTPS server in localhost. This seems to confirm it
> In an enterprise environment, Creative Cloud Libraries must connect to localhost for the Libraries panel in applications to sync correctly. Therefore, if you're using Libraries, set localhost and 127.0.0.1 to bypass the proxy server for the enterprise environment.
You need to make sure that connections to localhost do not go to the proxy.
On 26 Jun 2018, 3.31 +0300, Amos Jeffries <squid3 at treenet.co.nz>, wrote:
> On 26/06/18 08:09, Verwaiser wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm trying to realize the Adobe CC Programs to work on workstations behind
> > our Squid (Debian 8, Squid 3.5). We are using user authentification to a
> > LDAP-Server.
> > Is there anyone with experiences how to make this work?
> Question is:
> * do these applications use HTTP?
> The docs you reference seem to indicate the answer is yes.
> * what do you see happening?
> > Adobe gives some informations:
> > https://helpx.adobe.com/de/creative-cloud/kb/proxy-authentication-support-creative-cloud.html
> > But I don't exactly know if Squid is a proxy with "PAC-URL", but it seems to
> > me to be so.
> Please read the FAQ section on auto-configuration:
> > Any ideas?
> Follow the Adobe instructions?
> They do not mention having to add any special bypass rules for the proxy
> to work. If your clients are allowed to use the proxy these applications
> should "just work".
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