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Asking on behalf of others here...

There are some SQL Cluster SPN's that have become corrupted for some reason.

I was asked "Can we just delete the corrupted SPN's and let the SQL Cluster re-create them..?"

My initial response was yes but I wanted to make sure...

Not sure what corrupted them,,, could be a million things here....

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what is a corrupted SPN? What does that look like?
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I have seen cases where a SQL server was no communication to the domain via Kerberos for a long time.

set SPN commands returned errors in resolution.   It could be someone reset the account or some other incorrect move that set the Parent/client relationship in the network to go Schitzoid!!!!!!  You can use he Set SPN command options to recreate the SPNs in the server object in the LDAP database.



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