Network 'A' running Windows 2000 Server on network 192.168.0.x with domain name space "Pittsburgh.com"
Network 'B' running Windows 2003 Server on network 192.168.10.x with domain name space "Cleveland.com"
Both Domains are up and running in the same server room. Both are setup with Active Directory.
I would like to create a Forest with both domains being able to have restricted access between each other.
I have tried to setup trusts but the DC's can not see each other. Also with the routers from both networks connected, my older machines(Win98) and thin clients on network 'A' automatically tried to connect to the DC on network 'B'
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