Fastream Technologies wrote:
> Hi Arno,
> On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 12:22 PM, Arno Garrels <arno.garr...@gmx.de>
>> Fastream Technologies wrote:
>>> Let's say the web server is listening on the IP 192.168.2.2. A
>>> virtual server is an Apache term for two domains on the same IP
>>> such as www.domain1.com and www.domain2.com . We want people who
>>> log on to domain1 to be authenticated against NTLMdomain1 and
>>> domain2 to NTLMdomain2.
>> If you forward the request you have to forward the NTLM requests as
>> well, authentication happens on the destination server and the proxy
>> must not have membership in destination server's Windows domain.
>> If the content is cached by the proxy and IF the proxy machine is a
>> member of destination server's Windows domain I strongly _guess that
>> it is not required to specify a domain target. Otherwise I guess that
>> IF the proxy is not a member of destination server's Windows domain
>> you have a problem that cannot be resolved easily.
>> I wonder how you can sell a product with untested features.
>> I suggest that you first setup different domain environments and test
>> the product, you do not need much hardware for this, VMs will do.
>> I guess there are even trial versions of Windows server editions
>> available in case you don't have enough licenses.
> We have already downloaded trial Win2008R2. Let me elaborate our
> customers' needs:
> They want to authenticate the end users on the reverse proxy. I mean
> the web server will not have authentication on! The reverse proxy
> will first authenticate then connect to target web server and
> GET/POST/HEAD... Actually IQP already does all these but only to the
> AD domain the rproxy machine is logged on to. The customers have much
> more complex environments, with multiple domains etc. They need to
> have sales.company.com to be authenticated against the NTLM domain
> "sales" and support.company.com to be authenticated against the NTLM
> domain "support". The admin of the proxy will just assign the NTLM
> domains to the URL Rules (HTTP domain names in this example) and it
> should work--simply!
Are there any other proxy servers with such a feature available?
I doubt that it is possible, but I'm not a specialist in Active
What might work, for instance, if "sales" was a child domain of parent
domain "company.com" and if clients authenticate with the domain
target in user name like "sales.company.com\username" or
"company.com\username", however even that depends on the domain
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