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    Integrated Authentication

    Hi all,

    I have a web server published to internet using NAT and basic authentication over SSL. What I wolud like to do now is activate the integrated authentication also for the users who are in the same LAN of the server. Since the only port visible form the internet is 443 i think that it is not adding any new risk, is this right?

    Thank you.

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    Correct.
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    Technically, you are not adding any additional *external* risks. Anytime you add services, you add risk.

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    Ok, thank you both

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