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Re: Fedora Core 6 & mod_ntlm



I got it solved.  I ended up dropping mod_ntlm and switching to
Apache2::AuthNTLM.  It's a perl module that works with mod_perl for Apache.
It appears to be better maintained.

If anyone's trying to get mod_ntlm working and having problems, this may be
your answer.

On 1/27/07, Joshua Miller <joshua itsecureadmin com> wrote:

How would LDAP solve this problem?  LDAP is a data store, while mod_ntlm
is an authentication module...

Thanks,
Josh, RHCE

Lord of Gore wrote:
> Stephen Gilbert wrote:
>> I'm trying to replace our company's IIS server with Apache on Linux.
>> There
>> is one feature that my users tell me they simply have to have, and
>> that is
>> single-sign-on authentication of web apps.  I've looked around and
>> find this
>> is accomplished with Apache using winbind and mod_ntlm.  I've got
winbind
>> working, no problem.  I can authenticate users on my linux box with
>> our PDC,
>> however I'm having problems getting mod_ntlm to compile.
> What about trying ldap?
>

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