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Mac Network accounts using NTLM authentication


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Hi all, we're currently having issues with mac networks accounts and using NTLM authentication. Basically if a user accesses the internet they are asked for their username and password in order to connect to the Internet via our proxy.

Does anyone have any ideas as to whether we can automate this, so that their details are automatically entered and saved and they don't have to keep entering them.

We are running 10.6.8 Snow Leopard on our Mac server if you need to know.

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Your proxy uses a Windows radius server?

That's kinda the point. You need to authenticate to access the internet.

It's like having to ask to go to the bathroom. You want to be able to just wink at the teacher and head out the door down the hall.

One Password might help, or not.
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