Re: password login to windows 2000 domain with active directory


Since clients are Windows 2000 and they logon to Windows 2000 domain,
Kerberos is used for logon -- which is even more secure then NTLM...

Windows 2000 Kerberos Authentication

Microsoft MVP - Windows Security

"Danny Sanders" <DSanders@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message

"Fabio" <f.virbio@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
All clients (windows 2000 professional) make a domain login (windows
2000 server with active directory). The user's password is sent over
the network encrypted? In this case what's the algoritm used?
Thanks for responding


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