Internet Related/Filtering/Firewall Thread, Dansguardian, NTLM & security groups in Technical; Im just in the process of settintg up a Squid/dansguardian proxy to replace our current (broken) system.
Its all set ...
21st September 2009, 11:31 AM #1
Dansguardian, NTLM & security groups
Im just in the process of settintg up a Squid/dansguardian proxy to replace our current (broken) system.
Its all set up and working; DG passing NTLM to squid for authentication, reading from the "filtergroupslist" file for filtergroup determination. The "filtergroupslist" is generated by a nice little bash script from the DG website, which works by matching the AD security group to a filtergroup and outputting to the "filtergroupslist" file. ie
Great, it works, but is there a way to make DG use the security groups directly, ie the equivelant of;
The idea being; with the bash script method when a new user is added to AD the script must be re-run. In the proposed method there wont be a script to run, so cutting out a step.
Its not a big deal no, but i like to get things working the best i possibly can.
Also how is everyone elses set up? Do you hae any extras/advice/etc to make my set up better?
21st September 2009, 01:32 PM #2
21st September 2009, 01:43 PM #3
We use AD groups in squid but ended up creating a seperate machine(virtual) for staff as we only use DG for pupils.
Does the DG script work well? As would be interested in looking at this again.
21st September 2009, 02:53 PM #4
Its just a bash script which looks for security groups in AD, pulls all the members and labels them with teh appropriate filtergroup. Cant really see how it could go wrong tbh.
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