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Specifying what Domain Controllers maintain Trusts

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Is it possible to specify what domain controllers are responsilbe for maintaining the trust relationship between domains?
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Trusts are created as follows:

When adding a child domain - between the parent and the child - transitive.
When adding a new domain tree in an existing Forest - between the Forest Root and the top-level Domain tree root - transitive.


Between two Forests or a Forest and an NT Domaiin - manually created - one way trust created from each Domain Controller to form a two-way trust.

Other than that - not really.

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