Authenticatenegotiatehandlereply error validating user via negotiate

Hello, I'm trying to figure out a kerberos/AD authentication problem in squid. The client browser asks for a username and password (which I really need to fix before we go live) but it is actually proxying requests.

I followed instructions from "https:// joining Centos to the domain using the link on the webpage above worked fine dig -x returns the DNS Name of the proxy and domain controller as expected. getent passwd Administrator command worked fine and returned data as expected wbinfo –g and wbinfo –u work as expected as well (returning users/groups from AD) There were not errors during carrying out the instructions from the webpage Here are the changes I put in the /etc/init.d/squid startup: start() { KRB5_KTNAME=/etc/squid/squid.keytab export KRB5_KTNAME probe parse=`$SQUID -k parse -f $SQUID_CONF 2&1` -------------- Here is the permissions on the keytab file: -rwxr-----. I pipe it through logger so I can see any errors in syslog if necessary.crontab -e00 4 * * * msktutil --auto-update --verbose --computer-name proxysrv-http --server com -s HTTP/com -k /etc/squid3/PROXY.keytab | logger -t msktutil Add the following configuration to /etc/default/squid3 so squid knows where to find the kerberos keytab.This website uses cookies for security reasons, to manage registered user sessions, interact with social networks, analyze visits and activities of anonymous or registered users, and to keep the selected language in your navigation through our pages.Any action in this website implies consent for installation and usage.

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