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Hello, Am wondering whether this is possible. I have been trying and failing for quite sometime so think I am maybe trying to do something illogically.(not first time for that) ...
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    squid bypass authentication ipad


    Hello,

    Am wondering whether this is possible.

    I have been trying and failing for quite sometime so think I am maybe trying to do something illogically.(not first time for that)

    What it is :

    Have squid and dansguardian running. I have Active Directory users working with the dansguardian and squid. All this is behind another proxy which is a cache peer parent.

    I can use the filter and it works great.

    I am then trying to use this with an ipad it partially works but i get an issue.

    I can use the proxy and the filter with safari but if i use the ipad to browse my ibook library (not the store, dont need that yet), the ipad tries to authenticate even though i have already authenticated.

    I am not sure what background connections are happening whilst using the ibooks app, I looked in the squid access.log and saw some denied entries:

    ax.init.itunes.apple.com/sadfsdf.xml?
    phobos.apple.com/ssgsad.xml?
    gs-loc.apple.com:443

    I tried to allow these with similar rules to these:

    acl apple-url1 url_regex ^ax.init.itunes.apple.com/sadfsdf.xml?
    acl appledomain dstdomain apple.com

    http_access allow apple-url1
    http_access allow appledomain

    and certain other methods.

    Not really sure whats happening in regards to background connections on ipad and any pointers would really help

    Thanks.

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    Hi,

    I have same problem, see :-

    https: //discussions.apple.com/thread/3457661?start=0&tstart=0

    (remove the space before //)

    and send complaints to Apple.

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