I appreciate your reply, but the documetaion you recommend is vague on a
lot things, and unfortunately, does not explain anything about how to
accomplish these things. I have read through that doc over and over and
there is nothing on this. I am actually looking for someone who has done
this sort of thing before to find out how they did it.

Thanks anyway


On Tue, 2004-04-06 at 12:33, Adam Aube wrote:
> Darwin L. Lambeth wrote:
>
> > I have succeeded at getting NTLM authentication to work, but
> > once in a while it will keep prompting my users for their passwords

>
> The usual cause of this is too few NTLM helpers - try increasing the number
> of NTLM helpers in squid.conf and running "squid -k reconfigure".
>
> > I want to be able to deny certain W2K users to certain
> > websites while allowing others to access that same website.

>
> The proxy_auth acl can be used to match on a list of usernames, or you can
> setup groups in your domain and use an external_acl helper to match on
> those groups.
>
> You can combine this with with dstdomain acls to allow/deny access to
> certain websites by user name. For more info see the Access Controls
> section of the Squid FAQ:
>
> http://www.squid-cache.org/Doc/FAQ/FAQ-10.html
>
> Adam