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donceto

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Hello there.
I was searching all posts here, and find a few with this (my) problem. But most of all are not finished with instructions, and still cant fix my problem.

After reading my situation, if you know topic who explains all this, just send me URL... i dont want to bothering admins & other users of this forum.


Actualy, i cant make Kerio to auto-login my users of domain.
This is necessary to me, to control biggest downloader/uploader.

I have one machine with Win2000Server, logged in domain. Installed KerioWinroute Firewall 6.08 and its working like service.

What I do?

(In \\Users and Groups \ Users \ Active Directory / NT Domain >
-Impored successfuly all users from ActiveDirectory (Win2003 Server)
-Enabled NT domain authentication
-NT Domain Name in full name (company.com)

(In \\Users and Groups \ Users \ Authentication Options
- Always require users to be auth....[Enabled]
- Enable user authentication aut...[Enabled]

(In \\Content Filtering \ URL Rules \ )
-In any HTTP rule option "Do not require authentication" is removed

My Clients are XP with SP2, local area network.

What else is needed to work this NTLM auth. automaticly?
Maybe some Traffic Rules? Maybe something else?

In this state, every client must be logged via WEB at KerioFW, and after that everything works fine. How to skip manual login? Please help! I'll give everything for this! Smile

Thanks for the time!

-Donce
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feite

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Remove the .com from the domain name (NT domain name:). The active directory domain name is with the .com.
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