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TRUSTED AND TRUSTING RELATIONSHIP

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We have 2 server NT ver 4.0 on the LAN. The first one (named PDCA) make only autentication logon for the users of the LAN. The second one (named TRASPORTI) provides connection to internet with the proxi server 1.0. Both the server are setting in a "trusted and trusting domain relationship".
The problem is that the second server (TRASPORTI) do not permit the access to its resources from PDCA and from all workstations on LAN logged on PDCA.
Note that PDCA permit the access to its resources from TRASPORTI
So TRASPORTI can access to the resources of PDCA and of the workstations, but PDCA and the workstations cannot access to the resources of TRASPORTI.
 What's the resolution?
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If you have 2 domain check equal user names in both they must have equal passwords.
If you don't have different domains you don't need install trust relationship. Simply try to remove server from domain and include again(from server you moving through network properties).
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