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How to Disable/Enable Kerberos Authentication option on SQL 2008 Failover Cluster on Windows Server...


How to Disable/Enable Kerberos Authentication option on SQL 2008 Failover Cluster on Windows Server 2008

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I'm aware how to disable/enable kerberos authentication option in SQL Server 2005 Failover Cluter on Windows Server 2003 (Cluster Admin -- SQLGroup -- SQL Network Name -- Properties -- Parameter Tab)

But in SQL Server 2008 Failover Cluster on Windows Server 2008, I could see only "Kerberos Status OK" on the SQL Network Name's Properties General Tab (Cluster Admin -- SQLGroup -- SQL Network Name -- Properties -- General Tab see bottom)

Where is the option to Disable/Enable? Is this option moved some where in the cluster administrator itself or somewhere?

Please guide if anybody explored...

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I set up 2008 sql failover cluster, at last the error message shows 'RequireKerberos is 1' value set to unexpected range...
I see no Kerbero configuration during the wizard, yet
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to eliminate this kind of error please go for the slip stream installation with sp1

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/petersad/archive/2009/02/25/sql-server-2008-creating-a-merged-slisptream-drop.aspx
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Hi Folks,

In cluster properties, it is showing "Kerberos Status: Access denied." it is throwing the below error :
Event id : 1207 - Network Name resource error
Cluster network name resource 'Cluster Name' cannot be brought online. The computer object associated with the resource could not be updated in domain "DOMAIN.COM' for the following reason:
Unable to update password for computer account.

Details are below :

OS : MS Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise with sp1
SQL : SQL Server 2008

it is a named instance.

Please help.

Regards
Govind
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