Re: [SQU] Squid Auth question

From: Craig Fels <>
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 09:51:18 -0600

This is possible if you are using IE 4 or later.

You can use the NTLM patch and the ntlm_auth module for authentication.
This module compares the username, password, and domain with the domain
controller you specify in squid.conf. You need to setup ACL's for allowed
or denied users, and create corresponding http_access statements to fit your

I'm currently using the NTLM patch to block access for specific domain
accounts. It's also useful because it puts "domain\userid" in access.log so
you know who your abusers are.

Look at past emails to the list for more help setting this up.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Gatis Erics" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, January 26, 2001 8:49 AM
Subject: [SQU] Squid Auth question

> Hi, I need following configuration:
> On one WinNT Worstation are 2 users - user1 & user2.
> When user1 is logged in,he can use proxy without limitation (wihtout proxy
> auth), but when user2 is logged in and start use internet (squid proxy
> then proxy server asks for username & password.
> And is possible make Squid "look" to Windows 9X or NT login name, if is,
> then how?
> Can You give me advise?
> Thanks in advance,
> Gatis Erics
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