Re: [squid-users] Ldap + active directory: bizarre authentication

From: Chad Naugle <>
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 14:31:12 -0500

It really isn't bizzare, because that is how it is designed to work. It
uses the credentials you provide to authenticate the user, and logs it
that way.

Chad E. Naugle
Tech Support II, x. 7981
Travel Impressions, Ltd.

>>> "Riccardo Castellani" <> 11/17/2010 2:24 PM
I tested Squid authentication by ActiveDirectory LDAP.
I tried to navigate in these 2 cases:

A) from clients which are in workgroup: if I type credentials of a
user, surfing works fine.
B) from clients which are into domain: if I type credentials of my
user (current logged domain user) Squid requests again me credentials !

While I type credentials of another domain user (different from my
domain user) surfing works !

Suggestions ?! It's very bizarre behaviour !

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