[Full-Disclosure] Disabling Cached Logon Credentials
To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 10:28:34 -0800
Disabling cached logon credentials is on virtually every server hardening
If you have your servers physically secured in a data center what is
the real benefit of disabling cached logon credentials?
Whenever a server is off the network, admins have to obtain the local
admin password. Depending on how you handle local RID=500 account passwords
this can add significantly to downtime when resolving issues.
Does anyone know of a way to exploit cached credentials over the wire?
If someone has physical access to a system they own it anyway:
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