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From Jamie.Kerw...@benenden.org.uk
Subject [users@httpd] Problem with MOD NTLM 0.3-fhz-2
Date Mon, 09 Jun 2003 12:12:27 GMT
I have a linux system (mandrake 9.0) with apache + MOD NTLM 0.3-fhz-2
installed. Up until the weekend I had this working pretty good.

I come in to work today to find that it will no longer authenticate against
the NT domain.

To be honest I'm not quite sure where to look next to solve the problem, any
suggestions??

TIA

Jamie

(BTW I am quite a newbie when it comes to apache setup, so sorry for any
stupid questions / comments)

Here is the section of my httpd.conf file that handles the NTLM
authentication:

------------------------------
<Directory /home/*/www>
  AuthType NTLM
  NTLMAuth on
  NTLMAuthoritative on
  NTLMDomain ENTERPRISE
  NTLMServer neelix
  NTLMServer picard
  AuthName ByPassword
  require valid-user

  Order deny,allow
  Deny from all
  Allow from 127.0.0.1
  satisfy any
</Directory>
------------------------------

This is a section of my error_log file where a VALID user HAS BEEN
AUTHENTICATED

------------------------------
[Mon Jun  2 15:04:13 2003] [notice] [client 172.16.10.13] got header with
host "PC010", domain "ENTERPRISE"
[Mon Jun  2 15:04:13 2003] [error] [client 172.16.10.13] received msg3
135438360 30323
[Mon Jun  2 15:04:13 2003] [error] [client 172.16.10.13] authenticating user
against DC 135438360 30323
[Mon Jun  2 15:04:13 2003] [error] [client 172.16.10.13] authentication OK!
135438360 30323
[Mon Jun  2 15:04:13 2003] [notice] [client 172.16.10.13] NTLM/SMB user:
"ENTERPRISE\kerwick_jl": authentication OK.
------------------------------

Now here is a FAILED AUTHENTICATION ATTEMPT for today

------------------------------
[Mon Jun  9 12:47:37 2003] [notice] [client 172.16.10.13] got header with
host "PC010", domain "ENTERPRISE"
[Mon Jun  9 12:47:37 2003] [error] [client 172.16.10.13] received msg3
135436768 3912
[Mon Jun  9 12:47:37 2003] [error] [client 172.16.10.13] authenticating user
against DC 135436768 3912
[Mon Jun  9 12:47:37 2003] [error] [client 172.16.10.13] NTLM/SMB user
"kerwick_jl": authentication failure for "/"
------------------------------

I have also noticed that I am getting a lot more of these errors that I used
to
------------------------------
[Mon Jun  9 13:01:54 2003] [error] Cache couldn't make dir './cache'.
[Mon Jun  9 13:01:54 2003] [error] Cache unable to open file for writing:
./cache/945191a49086653c05bb085c0445c347
------------------------------

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