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[DeleGate-En] Re: Windows delegate with SSO
25 May 2011 21:21:57 GMT Aleksandar Lazic <>

On Don 26.05.2011 06:12, Yutaka Sato wrote:
> |$ ./dg9_9_7.exe -dt -xv -vv -xL3 -Enh -Eit -EId -Ecp -fv -dws
> |AUTH=proxy:pauth DGROOT=c:/aleks/delegate01  AUTHORIZER='-ntht'
> |FORWARD=ssltunnel://proxyntlm.xx.xx:3128 ADMIN=me@ex.. -Fyysh xxxx:443
> |-yc -yi -yy -ys -yz -yfh:4711/
> |-yf:4712/
>Hmm... You are using so much options and I dont't understand whether
>or not all of them are effective...

thanks, what is the minium to see a debug output?

> |IE7 and Firefox3/4 are able to auth and surf as usual but I'am not able
> |to ssltunnel any more.
> |05/24 15:36:06.03 [4964] 0+0: SSL-TUNNEL<<
> |05/24 15:36:06.03 [4964] 0+0: SSL-TUNNEL>> HTTP/1.0 407 Proxy
> |Authentication Required^M
>The log shows that the SSLtunnel server is asking a proxy authentication.
>You can send it (UserName and PassWord) adding to your FORWARD
>  FORWARD=ssltunnel://proxyntlm.xx.xx:3128
>embedding as follows:
>  FORWARD=ssltunnel://UserName:Password@xx..xx:3128
>or separately as follows:
>  MYAUTH="UserName:PassWord:ssltunnel" FORWARD=ssltunnel://proxyntlm.xx.xx:3128

The problem is that I don't know the password.
The password comes from winsdows environment.

The process look like this, I think.

1.) push smartcard into the smartcard reader and type in the auth pin
2.) Windows authenticate my user on the AD (=> Active Directory)
3.) Wenn I browse with IE or FF they get the Auth from Windows => this
     is the black magic for me

What delegate needs is to use the same Auth forom Windows as IE & FF



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