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    10.5 managed users on the net

    I have a macbook running 10.5 it's behind a ISA server on the net but it works fine with a standard account, i have a managed account on the mac that the students are to use but as soon as a select the box to make it a managed account (without specifying which programs or utilities the user can use) the user cant autenticate against the ISA server. Safari or firefox both repeatedly ask for authentication from the ISA server but never get anywere. the other non managed account can still access the Internet fine though.

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    Actually there are known bugs that Leopard still has which means accessing a Windows Server 2003 ISA Server is more difficult than it should be.

    Try Authoxy from this site and see if it helps:

    http://www.hrsoftworks.net/Products.html

    Hope that helps some,

    Paul

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