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I have a seperate test AD domain, not included in our production forest.
The server is not registered in DNS (accessing it by ip-address).

When i try to get a new security context by running RUNAS from CMD on a production PC, i get error:
runas /user:myuser@testad.net cmd
1326: Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.

How do i logon impersonate this remote AD user in (other domain) ?
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