NTLM Authentication Available on Windows via SSPI
Monday March 31st, 2003
dave writes: "A patch for bug 159015 has recently landed. It adds NTLM authentication to Mozilla on Windows — very much needed by people using Mozilla to access corporate intranets. I think it deserves some publicity as it is a long awaited RFE and needs testing. Unfortunately this is Windows only." The reason it's Windows only is because the implementation uses Windows' own SSPI API.
#15 TRY_DEFAULT_LOGON_AUTOMATICALLY for Proxy Authenti
Wednesday April 9th, 2003 5:26 AM
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this patch works fine for us ... great!!. we are behind a proxy --squid with ntlm-authentication -- it would be nice if mozilla could send default_logon_automatically after getting a Proxy Authentication Required status code back from the proxy.