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I'm interested in the use case here. Who or what is using the SOCKS proxy? Is it actual users or are you using it for some random machines in the network?
I dont believe the SOCKS tunnel would allow for try auth (either you perform authentication or you dont). However, if you're using a browser and the traffic in the SOCKS tunnel is HTTP, then it might work.
I posted a ruleset here which acts as a base SOCKS proxy ruleset.
This ruleset has authentication included (Basic or Kerberos --- there is no NTLM in SOCKS).
If you've got an SR open, or opened one ever, I can look you up based on that and reach out directly (if you'd like to discuss specifics). Just post the SR #, no other contact info needed.
Thanks for that.
At present it's basic authentication, but in future we'll probably look to move to Kerberos.
I've just raised a SR - 4-16520979721 if you could give me a shout it would be much appreciated.
All the best