Impossible to disable SID Filter (netdom trust DomainS /domain:DomainT /quarantine:no /usero:DomainS\Administrator /passwordo:*)

Posted on 2007-08-06
Last Modified: 2013-12-21

I have a 2 ways trust between DomainS and DomainT. The trusts work fine. I plan to use ADMT V3 to restructure The Windows NT single domain (=DomainS)

DomainS: (source)
 - Single Domain
 - 1 PDC & 2 BDC running SP6a + high encryption pack
DomainT (target):
 - Single Forest, single domain  
 - 2 DCs running Windows Server 2003 SP2
I applied the ADMT V3 guide's recommandation.

The problem:
When I try to disable the SID Filter, I get an error message (= Access Denied) after running net dom:
"netdom trust DomainS /domain:DomainT /quarantine:no /usero:DomainS\Administrator /passwordo:*"
Question by:Qais74
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    Accepted Solution

    Your command is wrong.  You'd think is would start "Netdom trust source-domain" but it doesn't.

    I've been testing this for a domain migration.  From the Windows 2003 domain controller try this command:

    netdom trust domainT /domain:domainS /twoway /quarantine:no /usero:administrator /passwordo:<password>

    Author Comment

    Thanks you very much. It works !!!
    As I said, I followed Microsoft ADMT Guide and the Technet site !!!  
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    Expert Comment

    I had the same problem when I used the ADMT guide.

    Good luck with the migration!

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