Transparent Squid authentication with SquidTrust III


This article or tip is intended for administrators or users of:
NDS/ActiveDir and addresses: Transparent Squid Authentication with Squid
ACL's based on Group Membership. The solution is: 2 for
the workstation, one for the Squid server. You will require: squid


This article and the provided scripts are an update to the
original tools located at:

 I felt that there were enough differences and new features
that it warranted a new article, and some detailed instructions.


-- Netware user name calls now made via NDS rather than

-- Ability to return Netware user and Group Membership

-- Ability to return Active Directory user and Group
Membership information

-- Port changed from 6399 to 2199

-- Removed “who am I” from icon menu.


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