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Hi

we are setting up a 1 way trust between 2 domains

when I validate the trust on the domain controller  in the trusting domain - it validates OK :)

BUT when i try to validate the trust on the domain controller in the domain to be trusted I get an error


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Active Directory
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Windows cannot find a domain controller for the xxxxxxx.co.uk domain. Verify that a DC is available and then try again.

I have setup each domain in my DNS so each forward lookup zone has both domains. BUT it still doesnt work
the machines can ping each other and are on the same network.

HELP! !!

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by:Steve Knight
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It needs to see the SRV records etc. in DNS, are they able to see each other's DNS completely, i.e. a secondary of the other forest's DNS or have you just created a new emptyish zone? You could probably resort to LMHOSTS entries, I've only ever done that NT4 to W2kX though not between two W2KX so not sure on that...

http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1226117&page=6
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by:Ken-doh
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yes

there is a complete secondary zone, that is exactly the same as the other in the forward lookup zone - its marked as secondary

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as were not using WINS the tek tips isnt current - thanks thou....

its got me completly baffeled..
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by:Jay_Jay70
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can you resolve the other domain controller using nslookup?
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by:Ken-doh
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yeah i can


however I solved the problem by adding forwarders to the other domain servers just now


:) so thats the solution

cheers thou
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by:Steve Knight
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Probably silly question but is the dc in question pointing at itself I.e. secondary dns for dns in tcpip settings or maybe at another dc that won't have the secondary on?
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by:Ken-doh
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yes - its points to iteslf  - as dns server and our backup 1
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by:Ken-doh
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but its not got me solving my issue

i cant get IIS to write weblogs accross my trusts to my new server - despite setting null session shares and everything thing else under the sun :(
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by:Steve Knight
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The backup one won't have the secondary on of course which could potentially be involved.

In any case if this is only to get logs from a to b can you not setup a script to do it hourly or whatever - you can map a drive with net use /user: in a scheduled batch file without any trusts being in place at all or setup a scheduled ftp of the logs.

Steve
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by:Ken-doh
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yeah....

but I have quite a few servers and I dont want to be worrying about scheduled tasks not running or problems, I have looked into null session shares as well but couldnt get that working :(
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