Apache::AuthenSMB - mod_perl NT Authentication module
<Directory /foo/bar> # This is the standard authentication stuff AuthName "Foo Bar Authentication" AuthType Basic # Variables you need to set, you must set at least # the myPDC variable, the DOMAIN defaults to WORKGROUP PerlSetVar myPDC workgroup-pdc PerlSetVar myBDC workgroup-bdc PerlSetVar myDOMAIN WORKGROUP # Optional Variables PerlSetVar groupFile /path/to/htgroups # Set the format of the username to check against # defaults to username PerlSetVar authzUsername username or domain\username PerlAuthenHandler Apache::AuthenSmb # Standard require stuff, only user and # valid-user work currently require valid-user # Optional, reqires that you have Apache::Htgroup # require group groupname </Directory> These directives can be used in a .htaccess file as well. If you wish to use your own PerlAuthzHandler then the require directive should follow whatever handler you use.
This perl module is designed to work with mod_perl and the Authen::Smb module by Patrick Michael Kane (See CPAN). You need to set your PDC, BDC, and NT domain name for the script to function properly. You MUST set a PDC, if no BDC is set it defaults to the PDC, if no DOMAIN is set it defaults to WORKGROUP.
Users can also specify the Windows Domain name along with the username when authenticating using the format:
Domain\Username. The Domain specified will override the domain name set in the myDOMAIN configuration setting.
= item PerlSetVar myPDC
Set to the FQDN or IP Address of your Primary Domain Controller
= item PerlSetVar my BDC
Set to the FQDN or IP Address of your Backup Domain Controller
= item PerlSetVar myDOMAIN
Set this to the Domain Name you want to authenticate against
= item PerlSetVar groupFile
Set this to the path of the htgroup file you wish this module to check in. It allows you to specify your users in groups found on the web server, as opposed to groups within Active Directory, etc.
= item PerlSetVar authzUsername
Set this to "username" or "domain\username" depending on your preference. (This simply formats the input username to allowing checking the username as "domain\username" or "username".) For example:
# speeves is a DOMAIN user of DOMAIN domain\username => DOMAIN\speeves
# speeves is a DOMAIN user of DOMAIN, # but the server administrator wants to # check this user against groups in the # htgroup file as:
# groupname: speeves userA userB
username => speeves
If you allow users to use Domain\Username and restrict access using the
require user username or
require group groupname make sure to set the username with the domain included. The authorization phase will be looking for
Example: require user mydomain\ramirezc
If you are using this module please let me know, I'm curious how many people there are that need this type of functionality.
Michael Parker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Ported by Shannon Eric Peevey <email@example.com>
Copyright (c) 1998 Michael Parker, Tandem Computers.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.