I've done a lot of searching but i cannot seem to find a free solution. I need a web proxy to monitor the websites visited by each active directory user. I used NXFilter but HTTPS is not working for it's login page (captive page). I think squid can accomplish this but I cannot find a good documentation for AD integration. The guides available use deprecated packages. I know I am not an expert on linux but I did not expect this to be this hard.

Can anyone help a bro out?

  • What distro are you on? – Lenniey Feb 1 at 8:19
  • i am using ubuntu 18.04 LTS – musashi ro Feb 1 at 8:26
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    I think all needed packages ((squid)_ldap_auth etc.) are in the official repos or installed with squid? What is the problem? – Lenniey Feb 1 at 8:57
  • how do i integrate AD with squid? – musashi ro Feb 1 at 8:59

It might be of some help - see AD integration instruction for Kerberos from https://docs.diladele.com/administrator_guide_7_0/active_directory/index.html. In short - create a specific user in AD, generate keytab on Windows Domain mapping that user name to Squid's SPN and configure squid to use that keytab.

  • Thanks but i am lost in step 4 in this guide. I tried following the steps in installing Web Safety but i got a bunch of errors. I will try using the VA in this site and see how it goes. – musashi ro Feb 4 at 2:08

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