Sets realm flags for the specified realm.
ksetup /setrealmflags <realmname> [sendaddress] [tcpsupported] [delegate] [ncsupported] [rc4]
||Specifies the uppercase DNS name, such as CORP.CONTOSO.COM.|
- The realm flags specify additional features of a Kerberos realm that aren't based on the Windows Server operating system. Computers that are running Windows Server, can use a Kerberos server to administer authentication in the Kerberos realm, instead of using a domain running a Windows Server operating system. This entry establishes the features of the realm, and are as follows:
|0xF||All||All realm flags are set.|
|0x00||None||No realm flags are set, and no additional features are enabled.|
|0x01||sendaddress||The IP address will be included within the ticket-granting tickets.|
|0x02||tcpsupported||Both the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) are supported in this realm.|
|0x04||delegate||Everyone in this realm is trusted for delegation.|
|0x08||ncsupported||This realm supports name canonicalization, which allows for DNS and Realm naming standards.|
|0x80||rc4||This realm supports RC4 encryption to enable cross-realm trust, which allows for the use of TLS.|
Realm flags are stored in the registry under
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa\Kerberos\Domains\<realmname>. This entry doesn't exist in the registry by default. You can use the ksetup addrealmflags command to populate the registry.
You can see the available and set realm flags by viewing the output of ksetup or
To list the available, and to set realm flags for the realm CONTOSO, type:
To set two flags that aren't currently set, type:
ksetup /setrealmflags CONTOSO ncsupported delegate
To verify the realm flag is set, type
ksetup and then view the output, looking for the text, Realm flags =. If you don't see the text, it means that the flag hasn't been set.