Re: NTLM and OpenLDAP

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the NTLM plugin in cyrus-sasl is an old broken custom implementation of
NTLM. It used a dirty hack to try to replay the NTLM authentication
against an SMB server (using old skeleton SMB 1 implementation which
uses a SMB dialect now disabled on most servers) as a way to support
authenticating against a separate server. This kind of authentication
hijack will not work with any modern setup.

Let's assume for the sake of argument that SMB1 is still enabled (like I said, this is a REALLY legacy environment), would what I'm trying still not work?   


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