How do people do Apache Active-Dir authentication?
Gautier, B (Bob)
Bob.Gautier at rabobank.com
Thu Jul 6 10:11:06 GMT 2006
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> Of Jason Haar
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> Subject: How do people do Apache Active-Dir authentication?
> I've got a perfectly well working Samba server (with winbind) with
> Apache-2 on it (CentOS 4.3 and Fedora Core 5), and want to be
> able to backend Apache onto Active Directory for
> authentication and authorization.
> Someone must have got this working? Right? :-}
Try mod_auth_kerb - authenticate your users using AD as your Kerberos
KDC. You can even get pass-through authentication going, meaning that
once your users have logged onto their Windows boxes their credenticals
will authenticate them with Apache too. Fiddly but very nice when it
I can send you config examples and demo scripts if you need them.
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