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"There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request" returned when trying to access fileserver on trusted domain ans, also neither domain see the other in Network Neighborhood

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DomainA is a mixed-mode W2k domain
DomainB is an NT domain

The is a 2-way trust set up between the domains, each trust has been verified from DomainA with an account with admin rights from DomainB.

Users on DomainB are able to access all resources on DomainA.

When trying to access the fileserver on DomainB from DomainA, the error message "There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request" is displayed.  Although accessing the PDC and workstations on DomainB from DomainA works correctly.

DomainB has a WINS server, DomainA uses DNS. The LMHost file on the PDC emulator on DomainA reads:

192.168.30.11 DomainBPDC #PRE #dom:DomainB
192.168.30.11 "DomainB        \0x1b" #PRE  (with a total of 20 characters between "")
192.168.30.11 "DomainB        \0x1c" #PRE

Neither DomainA nor DomainB can see the other domain in Network Neighborhood. I am able to connect to the PDC and workstations on DomainB from DomainA by name and IP address.

Using browstat to check out browsing problem
browstat getpdc transport domainB  - returns PDC name
browstat getblist transport  domainB - returns backup list
browstat getmaster transport  domainB - returns Unable to get Master: Access is denied.
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