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Microsoft: New security updates trigger Windows Server auth issues
Microsoft says users might experience authentication issues on Domain Controllers (DC) running Windows Server. after installing security updates released during the November Patch Tuesday.
These authentication issues impact systems running Windows Server 2019 and lower versions with certain Kerberos delegation scenarios.
The list of affected platforms also includes Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, and Windows Server 2008 SP2.
The authentication issues prevent end-users in Active Directory on-premises or hybrid Azure Active Directory environments from signing into services or applications using Single Sign-On (SSO).
“After installing the November security updates, [..] you might have authentication failures on servers relating to Kerberos Tickets acquired via S4u2self,” Microsoft explains on the Windows health dashboard.
“The authentication failures are a result of Kerberos Tickets acquired via S4u2self and used as evidence tickets for protocol transition to delegate to backend services which fail signature validation.”
The complete list of originating updates for this Windows Server known issue includes:
Microsoft said it’s working on a resolution to address this Windows Server issue and estimates that it will provide a solution soon.
Kerberos authentication will fail on Kerberos delegation scenarios that rely on the front-end service to retrieve a Kerberos ticket on behalf of a user to access a backend service. Important Kerberos delegation scenarios where a Kerberos client provides the front-end service with an evidence ticket are not impacted. Pure Azure Active Directory environments are not impacted by this issue. – Microsoft
According to Microsoft, affected environments might be using one of the following services or apps:
Users might see one or more of the errors below on impacted systems:
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