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Active directory Domain and trusts

Posted on 2007-12-06
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Hi,

I just created a new Domain.1 primary Domain and another child domain contrioller.
On my DC1 when i go to Active directory Domains and trusts. it is blank.What should i add there and why should i

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Sharath
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You don't need any trusts with a child domain.  It is automatic within a domain tree.
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I have a root domain called
>Root
>> Child domain
>> Child domain
So do you mean i dont need to do any thing.On the replication part.Will this happen automatically.
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Yes, nothing for you to do.

You might want to download/install DCDIAG and NETDIAG (both available from MS website) to confirm that everything is running correctly, but there is nothing you are required to do.  It sets up an automatic two-way trust when you install the child domain.

Note, a trust doesn't in itself give permissions.
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