We are a school. We have two domains; one for staff and teachers and one for students. I want to configure it in a way so the students domain should trust the staff domain (mean staff should be able to access students resources), but the reverse should not be allowed (means students should not be able to access any staff domain resource).
Is it possible in Windows 2000 with a parent and child domain? or two domain trees? or how?
If you are wanting to do it purely with trusts then you'd have to use two forests IMHO but that is overkill. Just create suitable permissions for the servers and users so that they can only access what
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