I am using a chilkat library for NTLM authentication, but the libraries are not for commercial use and chilkat only provides a 30 day free trial. is there an alternative for chilkat i can use?
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
We seem to have an issue running squid on our windows box. We are using NTLM to authenticate users on our active directory, but it seems t be 'slow' for users that are accessing it over the WAN. Users on the same subnet as the server seem to be ok.
We think it is an authentication issue because when we turn it off it starts to be a lot better.
We have multiple IIS instances spread across remote regional branches. Each IIS instance (v.7.5) is running the same application and authenticates its users with Integrated Authentication (NTLM in the providers list).
A few branches get frequently disconnected from HQ, so that the Domain Controller cannot be reached.
After installing MS Exchange Server 2013 the SMTP service is running. However when telnetting the host I get 'AUTH' after 'EHLO', rather than 'AUTH NTLM'. I have checked off "integrated Windows authentication' in the security tab. How can I enable NTLM authentication?
I have tried Client Frontend servername (port 587) and Default Frondend servername.
We use squid as a HTTP proxy (if needed I can modify it's configuration).
We want to access a website that uses ntlm for authentication
When we go on the website through squid we see a blank page
When we go the website through a DSL box, we see an authentication popup (desired result)
I don't know much about NTLM ... deranged imagination ... crappy protolol ...
I've got an issue with passing through ISA Server proxy because of NTLM/NTLMv2 authentication required using clear openSUSE 11.2 x64 installation (from KDE4 Live CD).
The solution is to install and setup local proxy-gateway which is support NTLM and could proxy requests from different apps transparently.