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Setting up a trust

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How do I setup a trust between a client and server?
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Can you elaborate some?  Are the client and the server in the same domain?  Is it a web client?  What do you mean?

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They are in the same domain

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Then there is no need to set up a trust.  When the workstation is joined to the domain, it is given a computer account.

Perhaps do you mean encryption?  What is it you are trying to accomplish, or what is it that's broken?

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Sorry I do not exactly know what I want.  I saw a computer today that seemed to have some features of being on the domain and some of being off.  I asked the guy what he had done and he said he had setup a trust where the computer could login to the domain.

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Go back and smack him in the head.

A trust is used for inter-domain communication, and inter-forest communication.  Individual PCs cannot create trusts with anything.

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gine then can you tell me how to setup and interdomain relationship?
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