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pandarazzi
Level 7

Allowing Non-Domain to bypass NTLM Authentication

Hi all,

Currently I have 2 MWG which is deployed in the transparent mode using WCCP. There is a requirement to allow endpoints which does not have NTLM to still make use of the proxy.

I made use of the the rule "Authentication Server(Time/IP based Session) and it is doing well for endpoints with a valid account with the domain. My question is how can I allow those endpoints without NLTM to bypass the authentication portion. Non-Domain users are prompt to key ID and password and on upon cancellcation, the user will be blocked from surfing.

Appreciate that anyone can shed some light regarding this matter.

Regards,

JM

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pbrickey
Level 11

Re: Allowing Non-Domain to bypass NTLM Authentication

Hi JM,

It sounds like you're looking for what we call "try auth". There is a discussion and a rule set for this in a transparent setup found here: https://community.mcafee.com/message/199515#199515

-Patrick

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