Administrator’s Guide 6.2 (Archived)
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Table Of Contents
- How it Works
- Key Features
- Community Version
- Installation and Removal
- HTTPS Filtering
- Proxy Authentication
- Integration with Microsoft Active Directory
- Assumptions and prerequisites
- Step 1. Configure IP address and DNS settings
- Step 2. Syncronize time
- Step 3. Create a user in AD for Kerberos auth and LDAP lookup
- Step 4. Link to Active Directory domain
- Step 5. Configure Kerberos authentication on Squid
- Step 6. Enable NTLM authentication on Squid
- Step 7. Enable Basic LDAP authentication on Squid
- Generated Configuration Files
- Squid Configuration with Proxy Authentication
- How to Check Proxy Authentication on Squid
- LDAP groups as Members in Web Filter Policies
- Troubleshooting Squid Active Directory Integration
- Additional Active Directory Topics
- Web Filtering
- Anti Virus on Proxy
- Admin UI
- Virtual Appliance
- Other System Tasks
- Traffic Monitoring
- License Agreement
- Open Source Licenses