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Windows 2003 Forest Trusts

Posted on 2007-03-21
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Im in the process of testing trusts so i can migrate users from one root forest domain to another. I have two domains abc.com and 123.com. I have setup DNS so that each domain has a secondary copy of the primary zone. This works fine and I can see it replicate across. I then went to add the trusts. on abc.com i added the trusts and went to validate, this worked fine, however after doing the same process on 123.com I keep getting a popup asking for the username and password for abc.com domain. Ive put in the correct username abc/administrator and the correct password and the box keeps coming up. Is there something ive missed?

Thanks for your help
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Have you put in the trust in both directions? Manually added trusts are one way.
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yes you have to create 2 way transitive trust
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Hi

Dont really know what has changed but came back to in about 30mins later and it worked... I did use 2 way trusts.

KCTS As you were the first to reply, ill give you the points. thanks to both of your comments
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