Avoiding the Kerberos Double-Hop Issue

Michael Bourgon shows us one extra thing to keep in mind to avoid errors when trying to use Kerberos in a double-hop situation:

Yesterday I ran into the dread Kerberos Double-Hop when trying to set up a linked server.  Thought it was the standard “Add an SPN using the Microsoft Kerberos Configuration tool”.  Which didn’t fix it.

Click through to see what Michael had to do.

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