In Kerberos Manager, you specify the encryption types you want the KDC and the application server to use when issuing tickets. The server decides which encryption type is actually used, but tries to find the most compatible match between the encryption types the client requests and those available on the server. See your server documentation for supported encryption types.
The encryption type name describes the three parts of the encryption type: the actual encryption; the encryption mode (or method); and the integrity check algorithm. For example, DES-CBC-CRC uses Data Encryption Standard (DES) for encryption, Cipher Block Chaining (CBC) for the encryption mode, and Cyclic Redundancy Code (CRC) for error detection. Kerberos servers may refer to encryption types by their hexadecimal equivalent.
The Reflection Kerberos client supports the following encryption types: