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From Fabio Lo Votrico <>
Subject [users@httpd] Multiple authentication schemes
Date Wed, 16 Feb 2005 17:26:03 GMT
Hi all,
I'm using apache (1.3.27) with mod_ntlm (the one from here: ) to authenticate users from some
Windows XP workstations against a Windows 2000 Domain Controller. All
works fine with this .htaccess:

AuthType NTLM
NTLMAuth on
NTLMAuthoritative on
NTLMServer mydc
Require valid-user

Now I'd like to authenticate from a linux box too, using a special user
not present in the Domain Controller, but added to a password file using

I'm using these settings:

AuthType NTLM
NTLMAuth on
NTLMAuthoritative off
NTLMServer mydc
AuthUserFile "/etc/myapp/htpasswd"
AuthAuthoritative on
Require valid-user

But it seems that the mod_auth isn't called at all, after the ntlm
authentication is failed.
The log says:
NTLM/SMB user "special": authentication failure for "/myapp/index.html"

Somebody can help on this?

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