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Why doesn't windows authentication work with host alias'?

Normally accessing a Windows share is accomplished using a UNC path e.g. \\server\share where "server" is the real hostname of the Windows machine. \\server.domain.com\share also works. However ...
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How can Safari do SPNEGO authentication using default kerberos ticket?

We have a Web site (out intranet site) that uses pass though authentication and signs people in automatically. This application works seamlessly when using a Windows machine. All of our Windows ...
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The server 127.0.0.1:3128 requires a username and password. The server says : cntlm for parent

I have just installed cntlm on my new Ubuntu 12.04. In configuration file etc/cntlm.conf, I inserted my network configure like below: Username: myUsername Domain : myDomain Password: myPassword ...
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Using Windows credentials with TortoiseSVN?

We are a bunch of Subversion users logging in on our Windows computers with Windows domain accounts. I can set up a Subversion server on another machine in the same domain. I want to use our Windows ...
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Why does Internet Explorer keep asking me for NTLM credentials in an intranet zone?

Long text, sorry for that. I'm trying to be as specific as possible. I'm on Windows 7 and I experience a very frustrating Internet Explorer 8 behavior. I'm in a company LAN with some intranet servers ...
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How do I configure NTLM authentication in Firefox on Linux?

Our IT department have NTLM deployed through the intranet servers. I've set network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris value in Firefox on some of the Windows machines and that works fine. However ...
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Does Firefox support wildcards in NTLM / Negotiate URI's for autologin?

Following this question about Windows Domain Authentication with Firefox, does FF support using wildcards in the URI's? I'm not finding anything where it mentions support either way.