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Tony Hoyle wrote: > NTLMv2 is reasonably secure provided it's locked down (disable NTLMv1 > completely in group policy.. of course only works if you've not got any > Win95/NT4 boxes). I tried hard, but I couldn't find how to disable NTLM v2. Can you please provide me a pointer? (This is Win2k Pro, not part of a domain.) I only found a "Secure Server" policy in the IP Security Policies that requires Kerberos for all communications. I don't have a clue what that actually means, and when I enable it, my normal LAN connections (like workgroup file sharing) don't work anymore. Thanks, Gerhard