Ineligible for postdating
The Kerberos database resides on the Kerberos master computer system, which should be kept in a physically secure room.
Active Directory domain is the example of Kerberos Realm in the Microsoft Windows Active Directory world.
Note A security identifier (SID) is a unique value of variable length used to identify a trustee (security principal).
Each account has a unique SID that is issued by an authority, such as an Active Directory domain controller, and stored in a security database.
Cause: The system's replay cache could not be opened.
Your server might have been first run under a user ID different than your current user ID.
The client might be using an old Kerberos V5 protocol that does not support initial connection support.
This event generates every time Key Distribution Center issues a Kerberos Ticket Granting Ticket (TGT). If TGT issue fails then you will see Failure event with Result Code field not equal to “0x0”.
This event doesn't generate for Result Codes: 0x10, 0x17 and 0x18.
Solution: Make sure that the client is using a Kerberos V5 protocol that supports initial connection support.
Cause: A realm mismatch between the client and server occurred in the initial ticket request.