This is my first post to the Moodle forums (which I have found very useful in helping me with setting up our Moodle so far).
My setup is:
Windows Server 2008 R2
PHP 5.2.13 (Installed via Microsoft Web Platform Installer)
Moodle 1.9 (Installed via Microsoft Web Platform Installer).
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (running on a different server, FreeTDS configured and working).
I have setup our new Moodle under IIS 7.5, with SSL enabled, I have configured FreeTDS within the php.ini to load the extension and have sucessfully connected Moodle to our SQL 2008 server created the database structure and manually logged into Moodle. So far so good!
Next I have setup LDAP authentication and got this working as well, and I am able to login from any client using the users normal active directory login details.
My next step after getting LDAP authentication to work was to enable NTLM single sign on, and this is the part I am now stuck on! I am at a stage where my client PC's do try and connect via SSO and I am prompted by IE in a popup login box for my login details, but it won't except them and I have to cancel, I then get an error "Auto-login failed, try the normal login page..." I then get redirected to the normal login page, which if I type my active directory login details works and logs me in perfectly via LDAP authenication.
NTLM SSO does work when I bring up IE8 on the Server hosting Moodle, and logs me into moodle as the domain admin (this is the login I am logged into the server with). But this is the only place that it works?
I have searched the forums for hours, and tried many different fixes but none seem to enable me to get NTLM SSO working on the clients.
I did find one post that talked about creating a php test script, which had the following code:
If I connect to this page which I called '..moodle/auth/ldap/usertest.php' from the server I see my 'domain/username' (which I guess is what I am looking for, and SSO does work from this server. But from any other client I get a blank page?
Any help or advice would be great!
Things were going so well and now I feel I have come up against a brick wall!