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Basically the same issue as How to use nginx to proxy to a host requiring authentication? but this time using NTLM authentication. Unfortunately the company IIS doesn't accept basic authentication.

I need to configure nginx to use a single user domain account for all proxy requests. As a result client should not receive any credential prompt.

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  • ntlm is part of the commercial subscription – Drifter104 Aug 26 '16 at 9:31
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The Nginx customer service confirmied that nginx currently does not authenticate ntlm, only proxy that authentication to the upstream server with NGINX Plus

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Perhaps cntlm would meet your needs if you only need to use a single account, unless you want to be prompted for credentials.

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