What enctypes are provided by Longhorn (Re: Vista x86 client cross-realm interop with MIT KDCs)

Karl R. Grose karlgrose at berkeley.edu
Mon Feb 19 21:24:30 EST 2007

Hi Stefan,

On Sun, February 18, 2007 13:19, Stefan (metze) Metzmacher wrote:

>> Entered by karlgrose on 10/13/2006 at 12:17 PM
>> I used Network Monitor on the host to capture traffic from the KDC
>> to/from the NATed VMware Vista x86 client. This is uploaded here as
>> "kerberos.cap". The registry settings active are in the BERKELEY.EDU.reg
>> file previously send with the original report.
>> --Karl
> Hi Karl,
> is this "kerberos.cap" available via a public url?
> I would like to know what enctypes are provided by a longhorn server.

There was no longhorn server involved in this exchange. This was a Vista
x86 client, an MIT KDC, and a Windows 2003 Server. I saw no DES3
encryption types referred to by either side in the exchange.


> I know w2k and w2k3 provide des-cbc-crc, des-cbc-md5 and rc4-hmac.
> And longhorn provides also one (or more?) aes types, but maybe also
> some des3 types?
> So if you or someone has a capture with a preauth-required reply
> including a ETYPE-INFO2 or ETYPE-INFO blob for me, that would be very
> nice...

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