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    cuttysark
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    Hi:
    I tried to make the post https://www.zeroshell.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=419&highlight=active+directory but I can not make it work.

    I searched a lot on the internet but can not find enough information.
    Can you tell me step by step I have to do in order to validate active directory users in Zeroshell?.
    thanks

    #52901

    Kiritch
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    same problem.

    I have a Windows-based network services infrastructure and I want to integrate Zeroshell machine to it. For now I’m running CentOS server as proxy server with SAMS project on it (which is SQUID + web interface). I’ve chosen SAMS because it can authenticate AD domain users through NTLM transparently, so user doesn’t have to enter any login/password each time he opens the browser (the only time he do it is Windows Logon screen). Can Zeroshell provide such thing using Kerberos?

    Also I don’t want Zeroshell server to run in its own domain, as in this case I have to make trust relationships with my current domain. I’ve tried to create new zeroshell profile with my current domain/LDAP realm, but now zeroshell thinks itself to be KDC for my domain 🙂 Is there any way to make zeroshell “feel itself” as member of my current Windows domain?

    Thanks a lot in advance. And sorry for my bad English 🙂

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