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RE: Lock down WWW Access

Does anyone know if I can use pass thru authentication with squid?  I'm
running AD on the windows side of the house, and would like it so that
my users wouldn't have to manually enter their AD credentials when
browsing the web.  Thanks for your help.


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Sent: Sunday, February 26, 2006 7:54 PM
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Subject: Re: Lock down WWW Access

On Fri, Feb 24, 2006 at 04:52:00PM -0800, Job Cacka wrote:
>  2. Have the option to allow or deny WWW access per login. Without 
> restricing local browser functionality.

Force your users to use a squid proxy server that requires
authentication the first time that they access websites outside your
local network. Then, there's a number of ways you could deny access to
specific users.

Given that I tend to use LDAP for authentication, I'd probably use an
LDAP-filter based method to allow users in. Alternatively, a quick look
at squid's config file suggests that acls can be used to allow or deny
users based on login name.



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