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Configuring NTLM Authentication
Disabling NTLM Authentication
Using NTLM authentication, a user who has logged into a Windows domain does not have to re-authenticate to log in to a server. A Primary Domain Controller is a Microsoft Windows server responsible for handling all accounts in a domain. To use NTLM authentication, you must explicitly specify the Primary Domain Controller in the NTLM Authentication Scheme.
To specify a Primary Domain Controller for NTLM authentication
1. If you have NTLMv2 authentication configured, you need to disable it. For more information, see Disabling NTLMv2 Authentication.
2. As system administrator, click Administration Dashboard > Configuration > NTLM Authentication Administration.
3. In the Domain Controller Name field of the Properties page, type the hostname of the Primary Domain Controller and click Submit.
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