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Hi All,

  I have two domains abc.com and xyz.com, I have created a forst trust between them. I have raised the domain functional level and configure my DNS correctly, when I try to browse the computers from ABC.com to xzy.com I can see the computers without any isseues, but when I try to browse from xyz.com to abc.com I get this error   " domain abc.com is not accessible. you might not have the permission to use this network resource.contact the administrator of this domain to find out if you have access permissions. the device is not connected." please advise how to fix this issues

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by:GrimReeper
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The only I could suggest you do is use the gpresult command and see if you have made any errors in configuring xzy.com differently to abc.com.

Something like
gpresult /s xxy.com

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by:peakpeak
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Is the trust bidirectional? (not the same as transitive)
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by:ibmas4002
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Hi

Its a two way transitive trust
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What about ping? Does it work both ways?
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