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Web proxy filtering with SquidGuard – Using Active Directory group memberships

This guide will give you a walk through how to configure your existing Squid proxy server to provide content filtering capabilities for your Active Directory users.

This guide has been produced using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3 and a Microsoft 2008r2 Active Directory domain.

If you currently do not have an existing Squid installation, you can follow my previous article on how to configure Squid for Active Directory authentication.

To start with, if you have read this far, you most likely already have an existing Squid installation on a server that has system authentication back to Active Directory. Follow the below steps to add Content Filtering with SquidGuard.

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Squid Proxy integration with Active Directory – The quick and simple way

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UPDATE: This guide originally showed you how to configure Squid to authenticate with Pam. However as many people have been searching for ways to authenticate with Kerberos, I have updated this article to refect the necessary changes. The upside is, you now have Single Sign On (SSO) as a bonus. Your users will not be […]

Squid Proxy integration with FreeIPA authenticated users (With Kerberos/Single Sign On)

I have also posted this article on the FreeIPA.org project wiki which is linked here

Before I start, I would like to give a great deal of thanks to Mallapadi Niranjan at Red Hat for assisting me with the troubleshooting of this setup. Without his help, I would not have been able to provide this level of detail in this document.
The below details will walk you through how to add a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 system to an IPA domain, and then configure Squid to allow single sign on web caching.

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