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Subject HTTP header authentication and NGINX
Date Tue, 16 May 2017 21:38:46 GMT
I have been unable to get Guacamoles and HTTP Header Auth working so
would like some help with getting a simple Nginx / Guacamole
configuration working where I just a single hard coded http header via
Nginx to allow me to authenticate with Guacamole.

My Guacamole v0.9.12 install works well and I am able to login with the
username Keith and my password.

I can see the following in the logs so I guess the extension is being
loaded correctly.
INFO  o.a.g.extension.ExtensionModule - Extension "HTTP Header
Authentication Extension" loaded.

This is my nginx.conf.
location / {
            proxy_pass            "";
            proxy_set_header       X-Remote-User Keith;

This is the line I have added to my
http-auth-header: HTTP_X_REMOTE_USER

I have checked the http headers and can confirm that there is a


I visit the Guacamole login page but don't get logged in and just get
the default User/Password login box.

Where could I be going wrong ?



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