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Is it possible to setup an access list that is based around group permissions from  a windows domain. I.e we have been using microsoft proxy and have a group set up that all members of are allowed accesss to the internet. Is there anyway of applying this group to a squid access list?

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Gary
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Have a look at the section "How do I use the Winbind authenticators?" at http://www.squid-cache.org/Doc/FAQ/FAQ-23.html
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