Has anyone else had issues with linked servers, remote calls, double-hops, etc, since the July, August, or September 2019 Windows updates? We know the cause is in there somewhere, as we have re-imaged a PC to pre-July updates and everything works. As soon as the updates are applied, ka-blooey. We can't control the updates (and there can be quite a few in each monthly package).
We were able to log into a TheTrustedDomain, run our apps OurTrustingDomain\WebServer1 calling procedures on OurTrustingDomain\SQLServer2, which would in turn call procs on OurTrustingDomain\SQLServer3 without a hitch until "something changed".
Things mostly work when we log into OurTrustingDomain, or RunAs OurTrustingDomain\UserName, but the organization doesn't want us doing that, and for a couple of weeks even that didn't work.
Anyone have any thoughts / leads / solutions?