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Answer: Can I use NT authentification for a script running on a Linux server?

by davemabe (Monk)
on Feb 22, 2001 at 18:24 UTC ( #60197=categorized answer: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Q&A > CGI programming > Can I use NT authentification for a script running on a Linux server? - Answer contributed by davemabe

I looked into this a couple weeks ago, and as I see it here are your options.
1. Use mod_ntlm in apache. This handles the automatic passthrough NTLM authentication that IE performs.

2. In a Win2K AD environment, Kerberos can be used. Check out the Kerberos Authentication apache module.
I am choosing option 2, but we haven't deployed Win2K yet. As soon as we do, that will be my solutions.

After re-reading your question, I realize that I assume you are using Apache on Linux.

Dave

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