Scrive Tibor Csonka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:


> >You have a similar situation with IIS? I mean, if you don't include the
> domain 
> >you will be authenticated?
> >  
> >
> It seemes to me that you have the same problem as me. Try to separe the 
> user and the domain. If it works let me know so I can patch the proxy 
> part of NTLM auth too.

I'm sorry but at the moment I can't do this test.

> Without domain the user will not be authenticated, I tried. But I am not 
> in controll of the server so maybe from another location users may 
> possibli can authenticate themselves without domain.

Maybe the situation is that if no domain is specified then the server use 
a "dafault" one. But this is only an hypotesys.

> I looked in Firefox NTLM code and it seemes that they do the same 
> (separate the user and the domain).

This is very interesting.

Bye, Maurizio.

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