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ISA basic auth to Apache with LDAP - 22.Feb.2013 7:45:50 AM   
jwilliams31

 

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I'm trying to publish a site that is running Apache, and is using LDAP for authentication. When I run it through ISA with forms authentication, it passes the credentials as domainname\username. LDAP doesn't like this. Is there a way to remove the domain prefix? Or use some other settings on ISA so that the domain is not added?

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RE: ISA basic auth to Apache with LDAP - 25.Feb.2013 4:30:59 PM   
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Do not involve the ISA in the authentication in a case like this. Set it to "No authentication - But User may Authenticate".

If this is HTTP rather than HTTPS then the ISA might restrict you to only Anonymous connections so you will have to also flip the toggle that tells it to allow Authentication over regular HTTP.

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RE: ISA basic auth to Apache with LDAP - 11.Oct.2013 2:10:37 AM   
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such an interesting sharing

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