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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 44110] - mod_proxy and Session-Based-Authentication support? (RFC4559)
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2007 22:54:01 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jhaar@trimble.co.nz  2007-12-20 14:54 -------
I was just guessing about it being an RFC4559 issue. My point is that currently
if I access a NTLM-only protected web server through a Squid-2.6 proxy, it works
(via some magic involving "Session-Based-Authentication"), but if I access the
same box through an Apache 2.2+ mod_proxy, it doesn't.

Maybe Squid "fakes it" so that the browser does NTLM between itself and the
proxy, and then Squid re-does NTLM to the real end-server? I've got a packet
trace and it seems to show the browser purely doing NTLM - and working.

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