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Registry Key to Allow Session Keys to Be Sent in Kerberos Ticket-Granting-Ticket


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Summary

To provide better security, Microsoft has restricted an interface to retrieve ticket-granting-ticket/session key pairs from the Kerberos security package. Because some third-party programs may require this functionality to operate properly, the following information has been provided so you can re-enable this interface.

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Previous to the change that is described in the "Summary" section of this article, programs could use the Win32 LsaCallAuthenticationPackage API specifying KERB_RETRIEVE_TICKET_REQUEST and either KerbRetrieveEncodedTicketMessage or KerbRetrieveTicketMessage message types to retrieve a Kerberos ticket-granting-ticket (TGT) and the associated session key.

The registry value to include a session key in the TGT:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa\Kerberos\Parameters

Value Name: allowtgtsessionkey
Value Type: REG_SZ
Value Range: 0 or 1 (default of 0)  

  • 0: The KerbRetrieveEncodedTicketMessage response will not include a session key that allows this TGT to be used for logon.
  • 1: Indicates that a session key should be returned with the TGT according to current behavior.

Note With Windows 10 and Credential Guard, this approach is permanently disabled.

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Article Info
Article ID : 308339
Revision : 12
Created on : 4/20/2018
Published on : 4/20/2018
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