You can enable QOP strength options in the TD2, PROXY, and LDAP mechanisms, to use in enforcing QOP security policy. For information about how QOP strength options are used in QOP security policy, see Chapter 25 Network Security Policy.
The following table describes QOP configuration options for each element in the QOP section of the TDGSS configuration file.
|Configuration File Element||Configuration Options|
|LEGACY QOP||Legacy QOP is the default for Release13.10 and previous.
You can disable the Legacy QOP to force stronger encryption, but if the Legacy QOP is disabled, users cannot log on from clients running TTU releases prior to 14.0.
|DEFAULT QOP||You can edit the DEFAULT QOP to a different encryption strength.
||If you plan on configuring QOP security policies, you can: