Trust relationship stopped working after installing KB5011503

Kurt Stichelmans 481 Reputation points

We have some Windows Server 2016 and some Windows Server 2019.
After installing all the updates of March 2022 we had no errors with Windows server 2016. Also the trust relationship between point A (Windows Server 2016) and point C (Windows Server 2016) kept working.
BUT, after installing all the updates of March 2022 on the Windows Server 2019 our trust relationship with point B (this Windows Server 2019) and point C (Windows Server 2019) the trust stopped working. After some searching we know it is the updat KB5011503 that causes the issue.
The only thing we could do was uninstalling that KB5011503. Without doing something else on the trust it came back and is working for now.

Is anyone aware of this issue with KB5011503?
I guess we should just wait for the next update.........?

Kind regards

Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2019
A Microsoft server operating system that supports enterprise-level management updated to data storage.
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  1. Thameur-BOURBITA 17,741 Reputation points


    known issues are mentioned on this link KB5011503 . If the DNS is impacted , the domain controller will be impacted , because domain controllers can't work without a healthy DNS service. You should wait the next Cumulative Update to get the fix of this issue.

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