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When setting the 'trust this computer for delegation' flag on a computer account, when does this seting take effect? Immediately or only after the next reboot?
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When you tick the box the change takes place immediately, but may have to propogate throughout all the domain controllers in the domain. Depending on why you setting this, (e.g., application dependency), you may need to restart your application services.
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Actually I found a reboot or klist /purge to be necessary. (to clear out existing kerberos tickets)
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