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Old 02-10-2006, 09:30 PM   #1
paul_mat
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deny_info, squid, NTLM auth ????


hi there,

my setup at the moment is i havw squid running with NTLM auth on my squid proxy server and i'm trying to set it up so that when someone fails to authenicate they get redirected to my explaination website, i've looked into deny_info and the squid ACL's but i just can't seam to get the syntax right. can someone help me out and show me the right way of setting it up so when my users fail to authenicate it takes them to the page http://machine-hostname/failure
 
  


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