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Kerberos and authentication troubleshooting
In the next two sections, we will explore some basic Kerberos and Windows Server 2003 authentication troubleshooting tools. An indispensable tool for every administrator is the Event Viewer. The next section will list some common Kerberos error messages as they appear in the Event Viewer. The following side note explains how to enable advanced Kerberos event logging.
Kerberos error messages
In Windows Server 2003, Microsoft included some Kerberos-specific event IDs. They are listed in Table 5.11. If you want to go even more in detail, Table 5.12 shows the Kerberos-related error messages as they appear in the Windows Event Viewer. Both can give interesting hints when troubleshooting Kerberos authentication problems.
Table 5.11 Kerberos-specific Event IDs.
Table 5.12 Kerberos Error Messages and Meaning.
Microsoft delivers several tools to troubleshoot Kerberos (see Table 5.13). They are spread across the resource kit, the support tools, and the platform SDK. Most of them are command prompt tools.
Table 5.13 Kerberos Troubleshooting Tools.
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