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When a windows 7 domain joined computer authenticates to an active directory server is that going over Kerberos and so the credentials are not passing the wire in clear text?
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The default is kerb, yes. Windows 7 will fall back to NTLMv2 if it can't negotiate kerb though. Which is still not clear text.
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