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Create trust between two server 2003 environments. realm trust not forest trusts

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I want to create a trust relationship between two server 2003 environments but I think that a forest trust is over kill. I simple want to share a single folder on a single server in my domain, thats why I thought that using a realm trust incoming with selective authentication would just do what i want. I know it works from server 2003 to any domain using kerberos v5 authentication but does this mean it will also work between two server 2003 environments. Would this work. I have to resolve this using trusts.  
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