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MS Proxy?

 [1/2] from: robert::muench::robertmuench::de at: 29-Oct-2001 9:41

Hi, I'm sure it was asked already but I did't found anything in my archive. Anyway, at my client's site they use a MS Proxy server, which forces me to loging with Username/Password/Domain. I know that MS Proxy server isn't a plain proxy server instead it's a IE only proxy server at least if it's run in Windows NT authentication mode, which seems to be the case. Did anyone succeeded in using a MS proxy runnig "Windows NT authentication" mode with Rebol? Please let me know. Robert

 [2/2] from: doublec:acc at: 30-Oct-2001 9:23

If the authentication method being used is NTLM then you are probably out of luck. This is an MS only scheme but there are a couple of options. One option is to implement it in REBOL. Details that may help are at: The second option is to use something like HTTPort to tunnel through the firewall. See: This product allows you to tunnel through any firewall, even NTLM authentication. I originally started writing a Lisp implementation of the NTLM method then stumbled across htthost and just use that now. This is almost a FAQ. I've answered it on the list a couple of times now. Is it possible to be added to a FAQ somewhere? Chris.