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Kerberos Token authentication on Windows 2008 R2 enviroment

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Hello

I would like to configure three machines to work using Kerberos Token authentication (KDC?).
the 1st will be the domain controller, the 2nd will be the application server and the 3rd will be the database server.

My questions are:
1. What and how should be configured in order to work using Kerberos Token authentication.
2. Is the procedure of configuring Kerberos Token authentication is reversible ? I mean that this configuration should be done in order to test something and should not last, I would like to know that I could turn back the machines to work with the regular domain authentication.
3. What is default authentication method of windows 2008 R2 domain controller ? it is NTLM or Kerberos ?

Thanks in advance
Oded
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