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Here are some tips I used during configuration process:

I have SLES 9.0 - Apache1.3 - TWiki 4.0

  • Domain controller reply only come to apache if remove domain extention and use only hostname in PDC/BDC settings in NTLM statements in httpd.conf file
  • NTLM statements may be used in < Directory > or < Location > directives to allow access to the resource for valid-users only.
  • REMOTE_USER variable will be sent from Apache to TWiki only when NTLM statments are placed into < Location > directive. If used from < Directory > it makes REMOTE_USER variable empty.

-- Contributors: NataliaMuravieva


-- NataliaMuravieva - 28 Jun 2006

Detailed instructions (as well as binaries mod_ntlm) for combination Solaris+TWiki+Apache+NTLM can be found on SolarisInstallCookbookNtlm which is part of the SolarisInstallCookbook series on twiki.org.

-- LarsBruunxHansen - 25 Aug 2007

* I used the mod_auth_sspi-1.0.4-2.2.2.zip with Apache 2.2.6 for a windows SignOn :*

The default minimal config to be placed in the httpd.conf is

<IfModule !mod_auth_sspi.c>

    LoadModule sspi_auth_module modules/mod_auth_sspi.so


# Configuration for mod_auth_sspi

<IfModule mod_auth_sspi.c>

    <Location /protected/ >

        AuthName "A Protected Place"

        AuthType SSPI

        SSPIAuth On

        SSPIAuthoritative On

        SSPIOfferBasic On

        SSPIDomain DOMAIN

        require valid-user



# End of mod_auth_sspi.

Replace DOMAIN with your Windows Domain

-- ZahraAbdou - 19 Nov 2007

TopicClassification TWikiDeployment
TopicSummary Transparent Authentification under Windows Domain.
InterestedParties Administrators
RelatedTopics TransparentAuthentication
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