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Network Scurity allowed for Kerberos in windows 2003 GPO

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on windows 2008 Active directory GPO there is option for "Network Security: configure encryption type allowed for Kerberos" that can be set.  but that option is not available for windows 2003 AD GPO, how to set that?

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Hello, not an answer but what encryption method are you after? Just so you know Windows Server 2003 DC‘s don‘t support using AES with Kerberos to my knowledge.

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OK,

How to write a batch file to change a value under regedit and deploy it in AD GPO?

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