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I have two domains on two seperate subnets.  Everything thing is fine with domain A but my machines in child domain B cannot login.  There is an error 1126 on the DC in domain B "Unable to establish connection with global catalog".  I checked the logon server environment and it is the dc in child domain B that is servicing the logon request.  Please help!
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Open Active Directory Sites and Services, find the Server for Domain B, right click on the server and check the Global Catalog box.

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