Trust Issue?

Posted on 2005-05-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
We have two domains, one is an Active Directory Domain (Domain A) and the other is a NT 4.0 DOmain (Domain B).  I authenticate to AD (Domain A) to get to my desktop.  I try to access one server which I have global group rights and acl's to a shared folder that is in Domain B.  When I go to any subfolder underneath the share, I only could see the General info, not the security tab.  But when I pipe a drive to the shared folder on a server that is in domain B, I am able to see the security tab when I click on the properties of the folder.  What could be wrong?
Question by:mystikal1000
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    Expert Comment

    something to do with the rights.  the person who right click on the foloder locally does not have the rights to change the security setting.
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    Accepted Solution

    You are trying to access a lower level domain using Global Group rights assigned to your user. You have logged on to Domain A to see the shared folder of a server in Domain B. Which one is Trusted domain? Did you verify trust between these two domains? Do you get login box when you try to access shares on server in domain B.

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    Author Comment

    DOmain B is the trusted domain.  No login box.

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