Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure Kerberos policy settings, part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure and Manage Active Directory.
- In addition to password and Account Lockout policies,…we have one other policy that can be managed…specifically at the domain level.…And this is called the Kerberos Policy.…Now in order to take a look at the Kerberos Policy,…we need to go into one of our domain controllers…so I'm going to just go back into DC1.…Here in DC1, in the Server Manager,…I'm going to go to the Tools menu,…and select Group Policy Management.…In here, similar to what I was just saying before…about Account Lockout policy and password policies,…it has to be managed at the domain level.…
So I'm going to expand the Forest.…Domains, here's our domain landonhotel.local,…and then we have our default domain policy.…This is where it should be managed,…so I'm going to right-click and Edit.…I'm going to blow up the size of this window…so we can see everything.…Under the Computer Configuration…you'll see Policies, then Window Settings…we're going to expand that,…Security Settings, and Account Policies.…Inside of there, just as I've been saying,…that's where you have your password…
Ed Liberman shows how to configure service authentication, domain controllers, and account policies, and maintain Active Directory so that it remains stable and secure. He'll cover virtualizing domain controllers, Active Directory backup and recovery, password policy management, and Kerberos policies and delegation.
- Installing read-only domain controllers
- Configuring virtual domain controllers
- Backing up Active Directory
- Recovering Active Directory
- Configuring account policies: password, lockout, and Kerberos
- Configuring service accounts
- Managing service accounts