Re: Squid authentication
From: Michael Heiming (michael+USENET_at_www.heiming.de)
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2004 14:23:13 -0000
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In comp.os.linux.networking Fabricio Greco <firstname.lastname@example.org> suggested:
> Michael Heiming <michael+USENET@www.heiming.de> wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
>> In comp.os.linux.networking Fabricio Greco <firstname.lastname@example.org> suggested:
>> > I am user of Squid2.2 and I have setup it to work with ncsa
>> > authentication schema. Now I would like to change it, I don?t what the
>> > user type a login and password to access the internet, I want to
>> > validate the user through the login that he or she is using on the
>> > Windows and Unix systems. At my Company we have a mixed enviroment
>> > with UNIX-Solaris and PC-W2k systems.
>> Sounds like FAQ, "23.5 How do I use the Winbind authenticators?"
> In this case I need an authentication schema. What I want is that
> squid discovery the users who is logged in the PC or UNIX and give
> permissions to him to access the internet. I am not sure if identd
> daemon works fine for windows and unix. So, in this case, it is not
> necessary to check passwords.
It shouldn't once the user has authenticated against a PDC or
alike. Unsure what you really want or if you understand the given
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