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squid3 on ubuntu 10.10 how to authenticate on users group

Hi Experts,
    the questions is in two part.
part 1:
    using squid3, is it possible to have multiple groups of users that have different web access
    needs.  for example group a have full access, group b have access to all except a list of sites. and group c have only access to a list of sites.
   My network work on kerberos, samba ldap... ldap+samba fake an active directory.
part 2:
is it possible to do that using ldap groups and how to do that.

I have a ubuntu 10.10 server and squid3 install.
when I log, I can use my ldap, samba, kerberos users and I got a kerberos ticket.
and when i type groups myusers
it display all ldap groups the user is member of.
thanks
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RogerMoquin
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paulqnaCommented:
You need proxy auth.

This link answers all questions. Also has links to ldap examples.
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RogerMoquinAuthor Commented:
Ok when I test squid_ldap_auth using the following command:
squid_ldap_auth -b ou=People,dc=mydomain,dc=com -f uid=%s
let say my username and password are rmoquin temp1234
and I type
rmoquin temp1234
it says OK
fine
I change the password to be more secure let say temp$1!2
then I type:
rmoquin temp$1!2
now I get
ERR Success
how can I make special character work?
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paulqnaCommented:
I hope you agree that is a totally different, hence new, question.
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