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Squid and haproxy are two very different products. Those features make no sense to be a part of haproxy.
Longneck is right, but to fully answer your question: No. HAproxy doesn't support that feature and almost certainly never will.
This command: c:/> ktpass -princ HTTP/vmproxy.mydomain.com@MYDOMAIN.COM -mapuser squid@MYDOMAIN.COM -crypto rc4-hmac-nt -pass P@ssw0rd -ptype KRB5_NT_PRINCIPAL -out krb5.keytab I believe sets HTTP/vmproxy.mydomain.com@MYDOMAIN.COM to be a service principal associated with the squid@MYDOMAIN.COM user in AD. Active Directory does not typically allow you ...
Google normally doesn't allow proxies to be used for searching as it may impact their search results, I have tried it on several occasions but the same result. This can be due to the reason that proxies may affect the ranking positions on SERP(s) or maybe they want that everybody should ...
Squid has the option offline_mode which will always serve content from cache, if it is present there. It is neither a safe general purpose option, nor a recommended, but can be useful in some occasions. But expect some odd web browsing experiences.
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