ADCE: Advanced Kerberos

Near real-time and in-session update of Kerberos Tickets and Access Token.
Kerberos tickets are generated when the client authenticates and requests for new tickets. Kerberos tickets have a start time and an expiration time. At any time after the start time but before the expiration time, a client holding a session ticket for a particular service can present the ticket and gain access to the service, no matter how many times the client has used the ticket previously. To reduce the risk of a ticket or its corresponding session key being compromised, administrators can set a maximum lifetime for tickets. This value is one element of Kerberos policy an administrator can set for the domain.
User's Group Membership

Group membership changes and access token are updated in session.

Computer's Group Membership

Group membership changes are updated without requiring a reboot.

No Replication Delays

Changes to group membership take effect without waiting for AD Replication Cycles to complete.

Kerberos Refresh

Kerberos Tickets are refreshed when network connection state is changed.

Time Synchronization

All statistics related to Time Sync are discarded when computer connects to AD and Windows Time is set.


User session always operates with access level reflected in AD Security Groups and User Rights.

Least Privileges

Workflow is built following the principle of least privileges

Password Masking

By default, password is masked, when first retrieved.

Productivity Gains

Business Users save time logging off and logging in required to update Kerberos Tickets.

Large Enterprise Ready

'Universal LDAP Name for Closest DC' feature facilitates large scale deployment.

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