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Trusting different 2 domains (windows 2000 domain and windows 2003)

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Hello all,

I am kind of weak in doing Trusting, and I am trying to setup a test lab to do trusting.

I have a windows 2000 domain, and a Windows 2003 domain  in a same location.

I had to make these 2 domains to have a 2-ways trust. Can anyone guide and assist me how do I
step by steps to make these 2 domains trusted.

w2k domain :     dom2k.loc

w2k3 domain : dom2k3.loc

Thank you .
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