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comment Apache2::AuthenNTLM connects to Domain controller but does not authenticate
@Kit-Grose Sorry, I just saw your comment. XP fully supports NTLMv2 (it's been there since Win95 even), but it accepts and uses NTLMv1 as minimal security level. With Vista, Microsoft simply boosted the default minimum security level that can be accepted for authentication. NTLMv2 have been an option for years, but it was not enforced because of compatibility reasons. WinXP can potentially be configured for accepting only NTLMv2 (eg via Group Policy).
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comment Apache2::AuthenNTLM connects to Domain controller but does not authenticate
@Kit-Grose That is a terrible piece of advice. It is extremely easy crack your password with NTLMv1.
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