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bondol_hendra

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Hi,

My Kerio version 6.2.2
I have a problem with user authentication. My user authentication using Active Directory Domain Controller.

1. My traffic policy is
SOURCE : user authentication & LAN
DESTINATION : WAN
SERVICE : ANY
ACTION : Permit
NAT

2. My http policy is
ACTION : Permit
URL : *kerio.com*
USER : IT-GROUP<_at_>domain.net

ACTION : Denny
URL : *
USER : Domain Users<_at_>domain.net

Authentication Options -> Web Authentication = Checklist, Always Require Users to be authenticated when web pages.
If i do it, and i login with username n password IT-GROUP<_at_>domain.net login failed.
but if i uncheck, all user can access internet. I dont want it.

Why my http policy can not running?
My http policy running if i using local user databases from kerio.

Please help me...

[Updated on: Mon, 09 September 2013 06:57]

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