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Learn how to use the standard authentication instead of Captive Portal when there is a NAT or terminal server in your network.
The presence of NAT or terminal server requires disabling ip_user_cache, which will result in a large number of authentication requests that the AD server may not have enough resources to handle. The cookie mode with standard authentication will prevent this issue by decreasing authentication requests.
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