use samba PDC to control user internet acces?

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
I would like to control the internet access on a per website base on all registered users on my samba PDC. How can I do that? is it on the smb.conf or what is it?
Question by:quantumsativa
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    Accepted Solution

    You need to use squid with a helper program to confirm they are authenticated and then block the websites using ACL's.


    Author Comment

    is there a guide or a walktrough to configure winbind to work with samba and squid to work with winbind?
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    Expert Comment

    Why winbind???

    If you have samba's backend ldap then just have squid lookup names from LDAP.

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