Talking to Windows 2003 AD

Iain Grant Iain.Grant at
Thu Mar 18 09:53:21 CET 2010

Thanks Alan,

The double '==' in the ntlm_auth command was the culprit. Things are
working today.
p.s. I had already stripped the usernames and verified the password so
that was fine.

Iain Grant
Linux System Administrator
Scottish Crop Research Institute

				Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2010 17:23:37 +0000
				From: Alan Buxey
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				Subject: Re: Talking to Windows 2003 AD
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				>  Now when I go to the next step and
enable this in /etc/raddb/modules/mschap
				>         ntlm_auth =
"/usr/bin/ntlm_auth --request-nt-key

				radiusd -X

				and show us at least that bit where that
command is called.

				you have 2 == is your command. is that
intentional?  you are allowing usernames
				that havent been sanitised or are blank
(none) - is that intentional?


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