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    NTLM & MRBS : Accessing From WithIn The Network.

    Right got an issue

    Got MRBS running IIS.

    If I access MRBS and other PHP systems Like MLHD (so think my setup vrs the software). If access from outside using the http://support.domain.com\mrbs name no problem. But if I access the domain from within school network does not work.

    But if I access using local dns name http:\\servername\mrbs works ok.

    At moment solved it by having two links inside network and outside network but like to get it down to one link http://support.domain.com\mrbs.

    Can access the domain no problem just fails to accept the correct login using NTLM.
    Does all that make sense.

    Anyideas

    Russ
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    Can you view http://support.domain.com from inside? (if no you probably need a DNS Zone added internally for domain.com so you can set support.domain.com to point to the internal IP of servername).

    A similar discussion has taken place recently for moodle at tanfield high which may help.

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    Yes can see the domain ok no problem just falls over on ntlm.

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    Oh I see, maybe worth emphasising that in the original post as it does smell like DNS until you mention that!

    What are you seeing?

    Failed to logon support.domain.com\yourname ?

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    Sorry.

    Yes it just decides that login is not valid like password is not working.

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    If you specify yourdomain\you does it work?

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    You can try adding support.domain.com into your exceptions for the proxy server in IE.
    If this then works it can be done domain wide with a GPO
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