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From: Alex Hippel (alexSPECTRALSYSTEMS.CO.UK)
Date: Tue May 08 2001 - 13:19:35 CDT
Given that Windows 98 clients require the active directory client to use
what about a boot disk used for loading an HD image file from a server.
I assume it's not possible to get the NTLMV2 security on a single floppy ?
From: Focus on Microsoft Mailing List
[mailto:FOCUS-MSSECURITYFOCUS.COM]On Behalf Of Brad Judy
Sent: 04 May 2001 15:50
Subject: Re: NT client authentication
Natively Windows 9x only supports NTLMv1 authentication. You can add NTLMv2
support to Win9x clients by installing the Active Directory Client
NTLMv2 support should stay in place even if you uninstall these extensions).
This MS KB article discusses setting the authentication negotiation under
NT4 as well as some of the interaction ramifications of using different
settings. Remember, forcing NTLMv2 on the server side has several
ramifications including pre-SP4 NT interop, Win9x interop (without the AD
extensions), Mac interop (best authentication available on Mac UAM client is
LM), and third party software (some third party software may attempt to use
NTLMv1 or LM).
Information Technology Services
University of Colorado at Boulder
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Focus on Microsoft Mailing List
> [mailto:FOCUS-MSSECURITYFOCUS.COM]On Behalf Of Cesare Fiorini
> Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2001 1:45 AM
> To: FOCUS-MSSECURITYFOCUS.COM
> Subject: NT client authentication
> my LAN have 1 NT 4.0 domain with 1 PDC and 2 BDC.
> PDC is windows NT 4.0 sp3
> both BDC are windows NT 4.0 sp5
> The security log of BDC named Sxx report this line:
> ,Dzz\MyAccount,Sxx,Successful Logon:^` User Name: MyAccount^`
> Domain: Dzz^` Logon ID: (0x0
> 0x125E44B)^` Logon Type: 3^` Logon
> Process: KSecDD^` Authentication
> Package: MICROSOFT_AUTHENTICATION_PACKAGE_V1_0^`
> Workstation Name: \\PC1
> Dzz is the name of NT domain
> Sxx is the BDC server
> the client PC1 is a windows 98 machine
> My question is: for the authentication process the server uses NTLMv1 (how
> report the log) or NTLMv2 (how I think because
> the server working sp5)?
> How can I verify it?
> How can I force the NTLMv2 utilisation?
> The windows 98 client uses NTLMv1 only?
> Many thanks
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