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Note: In Server Manager practical terms, Negotiate authentication means that Server Manager falls back to NTLM authentication (1) if you attempt to use Server Manager to manage a server that is in an untrusted domain, or that is in a workgroup, and (2) you provide explicit credentials to manage the target server. If you are using Server Manager to manage servers on which you must authenticate by using Negotiate authentication, you cannot disable NTLM in your server environment.
In this context, the client is defined as the computer from which you are managing by using Server Manager; this computer can be a server that is running Windows Server 2012, or a computer that is running Windows 8 with Remote Server Administration Tools installed.
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