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Where can i find options like "Always use NTML", "First kerberos, then ntlm" etc..

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Where can i find options like "Always use NTML", "First kerberos, then ntlm" etc..

I used to do this via: Start-->Run "CANTREMEMBER.msc"

Can someone tell me where i can find back these options or fill in the CANTREMEMBER part  of the .msc file?
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I belive gpedit.msc -> Computer -> Windows Settings -> Security -> Local Policy -> Security Options
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secpol.msc ? - this will load the local security policy editor where you can change those settings.
gpedit.msc ?

If you are using a domain then the settings may well come from a group policy - these can be edited using gpmc (group policy management console).
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Thanks you
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secpol was the one i was looking for. Thank you both for answering !
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