Cannot add shares from trusted domain using RDP

I have two servers both running Windows 2003 R3 SP2. I have domain A and domain B.
I setup the transitive trust and all is working well. The users in A can access shares in B and vice versa.

However, When I attempt to add the share while using a computer remotely (RDP and Terminal Services), it gives the below error:

Configuration information could not be read from the domain controller, either because the machine is unavailable, or access has been denied.

I can see the share, but cannot access it. The strange thing is, I can go physically to another computer and add the trusted domain share no problem.
chadklineAsked:
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SysExpertCommented:
1) Are you using RDP in console mode with the same login ?


I hope this helps !
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SysExpertCommented:
Can you try using VNC or similar ?
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chadklineAuthor Commented:
Isn't console mode best used for Administrators? They are regular users connecting to terminal services. Even using my admin rights will not work in connecting the share.

I have even tested this problem out at the TS physically and I cannot connect to the share
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chadklineAuthor Commented:
Fixed it my self
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SysExpertCommented:
What was the fix ?

A permissions error ?

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