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Nov
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comment Getting Squid to authenticate with kerberos and Windows 2008/2003/7/XP
Nice points. Although this was setup in CentOS, I come from Debian, which doesn't have sysconfig. Is there any special benefit to putting the lines there? In which part do you think you don't have to specify the DC? I know it should probably be every part, but DNS was such a pain to setup during this process I found it easier to give more information rather than less.
Nov
17
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Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
14
awarded  Self-Learner
Oct
14
answered Squid, NTLM, Windows 7 and IE8
Sep
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
23
asked Bringing people into an Asterisk conference call
Sep
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accepted Getting Squid to authenticate with kerberos and Windows 2008/2003/7/XP
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revised Getting Squid to authenticate with kerberos and Windows 2008/2003/7/XP
Tidying
Sep
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revised Getting Squid to authenticate with kerberos and Windows 2008/2003/7/XP
Tidying
Sep
18
answered Getting Squid to authenticate with kerberos and Windows 2008/2003/7/XP
Sep
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asked Getting Squid to authenticate with kerberos and Windows 2008/2003/7/XP
Aug
23
accepted Single user returns mulitple entries for LDAP query
Aug
23
accepted Should I use an Asterisk GUI?
Aug
20
revised Squid, NTLM, Windows 7 and IE8
Adding log info
Aug
20
asked Squid, NTLM, Windows 7 and IE8
Jul
22
comment Single user returns mulitple entries for LDAP query
Yes, sort of. I'm using python so if I have a user with {'cn': ['joe', 'joe2']}, I'll get that user twice. Both results have the full CN list.
Jul
22
asked Single user returns mulitple entries for LDAP query
Jul
20
asked Should I use an Asterisk GUI?
Jul
3
comment shExpMatch and Internet Explorer 6 in a proxy.pac
Anyone spot the annoying bug here? Everything between /* and */ is regarded as a comment, so you get a syntax error. To do this sort of thing, you'll have to use "var regex = new RegExp('...')"