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i have forest "A" which has an empty root domain and 3 child domains....

i am going to be creating a new seperate forest (forest "B") with another empty root domain and 1 child domain (initially)

how do i get users in a child domain of forest "A" to access resources in the child domain of forest "B"   and vice versa?

should i connect the 2 root domains to each other, or connect the root from fprest "A" to one of the child domains in forest "B"?

thanks

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inbarasan earned 500 total points
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Dear naifyboy123,
You need to have the trust between Child domain of Forest B to child domain of Forest A

Cheers!
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thank you
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