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ICT and Me

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Hi guys,

Could it be that the Linux variant doesn't support NTLM?
Because i can't find it in the listing in advanced?
CRAM etc etc are there but no NTLM.
Bug?? or isn't there.
I ask because i have problem to use NTLM from systems within a domain. So i must set everybody manual and that isn't the meaning.

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Carlo Turk
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Assuming you have Windows/Outlook/KOFF clients, KMS/KC on Linux and a Windows domain to which the clients belong; If you want to authenticate users against Active Directory, use Kerberos instead of NTLM. NTLM only works (as far as I know) if the mail server runs on a Windows member server.

Remember that it's the mail server who authenticates users against itself or AD, not the client.
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NTLM is needed to do authentication with KOFF automatic
Manual it works fine with Kerberos, but not automatic (Single Sign On). When user change password within domain the password must be changed automatic with in KOFF. And that will be done with NTLM.

As far i can find in the manual is NTLM a protocol to talk against ADS.

So....

Or could it be that the CentOS must be a member to the domain?

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CentOS won't work. For NTLM to work, the server must be a Windows member server, as TorW said. In other words, the server must be running Windows, and must be a member of the Active Directory domain. If you're not on a Windows server, I don't believe you even get the option to enable NTLM.

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So Kerio Connect (on linux) can't communicate with AD Servers to do NTLM?
Then what's the use to enable "Allow NTLM authentication for users with Kerberos(tm) authentication (form Active Directory)" if there is no NTLM.


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You answered yourself in message number 2 in this thread Smile
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