Authenticatenegotiatehandlereply error validating user via negotiate
i start to install/configure with this link: Ex...icate/Kerberos the keytab was generated with samba. if i start a webbrowser that is configured to use the proxy service i get a login prombt, but authentication dont work.
i also see no traffic from the sles system to the windows dc!
When a client tries to access resources from IE, lots of these types of errors occur in /var/log/squid3/cache.log:2013/04/18 | squid_kerb_auth: DEBUG: Got 'YR LONG Base64 Encoded string' from squid (length: 2387).2013/04/18 | squid_kerb_auth: DEBUG: Decode 'LONG Base64 Encoded string' from squid (length: 1786).2013/04/18 | squid_kerb_auth: ERROR: gss_acquire_cred() failed: Unspecified GSS failure. Permission denied2013/04/18 | authenticate Negotiate Handle Reply: Error validating user via Negotiate. But it worked when I tried it like this:msktutil --auto-update --verbose --computer-name [SMBNAME-IN-UPPERCASE] 2.
Error returned 'BH gss_acquire_cred() failed: Unspecified GSS failure. Permission denied'DNS A and PTR records exist and work. When I ran the above, I noticed that it was authenticating against a DC that wasn't listed in /etc/krb5- so I ended up adding all the domain controllers into it.3.
tail -f /var/log/squid/2015/03/05 | authenticate Negotiate Handle Reply: Error validating user via Negotiate.
Error returned 'BH received type 1 NTLM token' 2015/03/05 | authenticate Negotiate Handle Reply: Error validating user via Negotiate.
2014/07/10 | squid_kerb_auth: WARNING: received type 1 NTLM token[libdefaults] # default_realm = EXAMPLE. HTTP/1.1" 204 413 TCP_MISS: DIRECT ******************* As you can see in my client computer (test1) is connected.But if you look at you will see that it still gets NTLM 1 token instead of kerberos.However as many people have been searching for ways to authenticate with Kerberos, I have updated this article to refect the necessary changes. This guide will walk you through setting up a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3 server running Squid Cache to authenticate Active Directory 2008R2 users.Before proceeding with this article, please make sure you have added your Linux server to the Active Directory domain. Edit /etc/squid/again, to change the rules that allow access to Squid. If you have authenticated successful in your browser, you will see something like the below in your logs.