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Feb 19, 2010

I have squid server running FC7. i have created a ncsa authentication for windows user to use internet through squid proxy.

My problem is that the each created user should be able to change their password.

- Is there a way, using NCSA authentication, to allow users to change their passwords?

- Is there a way to use windows AD password for squid authentication. if so how?

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