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Authenticate windows 2003 users in fedora 13 using apache reverse proxy.

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I have fedora 13 running apache 2.1.x which is configured as reverse proxy and all works well with reverse proxy. I have a Primary domain controller in windows 2003 in the same network. I need to authenticate a user in the domain controller with the reverse proxy in fedora to an internal IIS 7.0 asp.net website. Heard that samba,pam,ldap can do it .. need a simple way of having windows authentication. pls provide link or help which will solve my problem .. thanks.
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I did it once following this tutorial:
http://grolmsnet.de/kerbtut/

Although it is for a normal webserver it should also work on a reverse proxy.
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