NT seamless auth in Mozilla

At the moment we’re forced to use Internet Explorer at work in order to get seamless authentication to some web services, using Microsoft’s proprietary NTLM auth. However, not only is there a Mozilla bug to implement NTLM auth which is looking close to completion, there’s the NTLM APS, a small Python program that acts as a web proxy and authenticates to an MS proxy. I’m hoping that I can use this to install Debian over the network through the firm’s MS proxy server. ——-

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