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Old 12-04-2015, 05:34 AM   #1
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Squid with NTLM auth behind Netscaler


Hi All,
my task is implementing a squid proxy that allow all my authenticated (windows AD) internal users to surf internet without any credential request (pop-up).

Plus, i created two squid nodes and put them behind a citrix netscaler in order to perform a load balance service.

I configured squid with samba and ntlm helper in order to perform a transparent authentication but sometimes some user report me their browsers require authentication via pop-up.

I'm not a deep expert about squid and i'd like to receive your help in order to understand if my configuration is correct or not and if there is a way to prevent popup.

Thanks all!
 
  


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