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Posted on 2008-06-11
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I want to set up a forest trust between forest A (Windows 2003) and forest B (Windows 2000).  When  I attempt to set it up from forest B, I get the following error:
The DomainName domain cannot be contacted. If this domain is a Windows domain, the trust cannot be set up until the domain is contacted. Click Cancel and try again later. If this is an interoperable non-Windows Kerberos realm and you want to set up this side of the trust, click OK.

I have setup the recommended LMhost file and secondary DNS zone in forest B.  I can ping the domain in forest A from forest B with no issue.  I have done everything in:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312003.

What else can I try?
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by:ENTPF
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When I do an nltest /dsgetdc:domainA
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DsGetDcName failed: Status = 1355 0x54b ERROR_NO_SUCH_DOMAIN
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by:ms-pro
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wich domain level is there on windows server 2003?!
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never mind, the updating the TCP/IP configuration fixed this.
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