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  1. how to convert windows server 2008 r2 x64 to windows server 2008 r2 x86 without format? thanks
  2. Hi all, Need help badly in this. I'm trying to implement kerberos on my active directory. What i understand is kerberos is the default and primary authentication protocol used when joined to a domain, but where and how do i configure the kerberos settings in the group policy? I managed to find kerberos configurations in the 'Local Group Policy Editor', but this wouldn't push the configurations to my clients right? And i want to disable NTLM authentication as well, and once again i can find it under the local policies>security options, but these are all local policies right? Is there any way i can disable NTLM on my active directory and ensure that these settings are applied to my client computers as well? Thank you so much in advance! ps: sorry if i got some of my facts wrong, i'm a student doing my internship and my understanding in active directory isn't as strong.
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