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Old 09-28-2007, 10:53 AM   #1
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Any way to make Firefox and Evolution PAM aware? Ubuntu client in AD Domain

Is there any way to make Firefox PAM aware so that a user can visit a ASP site that is setup with Integrated AD authentication and not be prompted for a password? Also the same question for Evolution?

I have Ubuntu desktops configured to login with accounts on MS AD. The login part works great as does browsing Windows shares, but the intranet sites always prompt for a username and password and the mail server (MS Exchange) has to be set up for each person individually.


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