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Authentication with Windows NT Server

Hi guys!

Our customer has a domain with Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server NT, only users in the Windows Server 2003 appears when we create a access policy for authenticated users. This domains has a trust relationship, WSA supports Windows NT?

Regards,

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Re: Authentication with Windows NT Server

You will need 2 authentication realms if your not going to use the AD authentication connector for NT 4.0. The firts authentication realm will be NTLM and connect to the NT4.0 PDC server. Next you will need an AD auth realm which will be configured using LDAP. If by chance you have a 2 way transitive trust and the AD connector installed on the NT 4.0 PDC server as well as configured to talk to the 2003 AD server then you could actully just use one authentication realm. To answer your question we do not have a tutorial on configuring NT 4.0 fro authentication as this technology is not supported by Microsoft as it is EOL.

Sincerely,

Erik Kaiser

Cisco WSA Forums Moderator

Sincerely, Erik Kaiser WSA CSE WSA Cisco Forums Moderator
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Authentication with Windows NT Server

Top of my head you may need to set a separate LDAP realm for NT.

Thanks

Chris

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Authentication with Windows NT Server

Thanks Chris.

Have you ever tested this configuration? Do you have some tutorial? I tried to make a demo lab but I can't find any Windows NT Server .iso or media.

Cisco Employee

Re: Authentication with Windows NT Server

You will need 2 authentication realms if your not going to use the AD authentication connector for NT 4.0. The firts authentication realm will be NTLM and connect to the NT4.0 PDC server. Next you will need an AD auth realm which will be configured using LDAP. If by chance you have a 2 way transitive trust and the AD connector installed on the NT 4.0 PDC server as well as configured to talk to the 2003 AD server then you could actully just use one authentication realm. To answer your question we do not have a tutorial on configuring NT 4.0 fro authentication as this technology is not supported by Microsoft as it is EOL.

Sincerely,

Erik Kaiser

Cisco WSA Forums Moderator

Sincerely, Erik Kaiser WSA CSE WSA Cisco Forums Moderator
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Authentication with Windows NT Server

thanks.

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