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Thinking about using squid for a proxy server in a remote office with about 15 users, and 3 servers (mostly all an windows 2k shop). Being a linux user for ...
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    Authenticate users using squid with Windows 2000 domain


    Thinking about using squid for a proxy server in a remote office with about 15 users, and 3 servers (mostly all an windows 2k shop).

    Being a linux user for years (mainly for web, ftp, filesharing), I don't think I would have problems setting up squid, but I'm not to sure about squid authentication. Can squid use w2k domain accounts throgh something like RADIUS or winbind? Can I setup ACL's in squid using my w2k domain accounts?

    Thanks in advance....(using squid proxy 2.5 and squidGuard, and Linux Mandrake 9.2)

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    I think the solution it rather simple - check out

    http://netmirror.org/mirror/squid-ww...AQ/FAQ-23.html

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