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> >>> "Send LM & NTLM responses"; now I set it to "Send NTLMv2 response > >>> only/refuse LM & NTLM". Does this sound right? > >> That sounds right. Just do it on every machine. > > > > Can't I have the cvsnt server enforce this? > > > No, because it's an OS function not a cvsnt function. All we > can do is > request connection & assume the OS knows what it's doing. > Also there is little point in securing ONLY cvsnt server - setting it this way means that all other services that use SSPI (eg: printer sharing, file sharing) also get the same level of security. Equally - if you were never concerned about the lack of security on your file and printer shares then there is little (though some) need to worry about the security of your CVSNT server. Regards, Arthur