Mozilla-based browsers for Unix (Netscape, Firefox etc.) can be configured to authenticate to web sites using Active Directory.
You will need the following:
- A unix browser based on Mozilla 1.7+ (e.g. Firefox 0.9+, Netscape 7.2+)
- An SPNEGO capable web server (e.g. IIS 5.0+, Apache 1.3+ with mod_auth_vas, or a Java/J2EE app with Quest Single Sign-on for Java (VSJ))
- Quest Authentication Services (QAS), version 3.0
- Either the Mozilla-QAS extension, or some preference settings, depending on the browser version (see below).
Enabling Integrated Authentication with Quest Authentication Services
The installer files for the extension can also be downloaded separately. The source code for the extension is also available, and can be compiled for platforms other than that listed here.
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- Extension not installing
Please report the following information about your browser:
- The version number from your browser's "about box"
- This user-agent string: CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
- These two variables: mozver=unknown, mozplat=unknown
- Not authenticating
If the extension is installed, and it isn't authenticating, run your browser with the environment variable
negotiateauth:4, like this:
$ NSPR_LOG_MODULES=negotiateauth:4 mozilla http://testserver/secure/