Setting up Forest Trust between Windows 2008 and Windows 2003 R2 issues

I have a domain in 2003 R2, Domaina.com, then I have a domain in 2008, domainb.com

I am trying to setup a Forest Trust (Both are in 2003 Compatibility) and when I try to join from the 2003 side I get an error about no logon server available to service the request, though I have the forwarders in place on both sides and I can ping both domains from each other with no issues. Any ideas?
amedexittAsked:
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MSE-JNegusCommented:
Are you using the same administrator name and password in both forests.  If so change one of them and try again.
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amedexittAuthor Commented:
Actually there are different admin passwords for both forests.
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MSE-JNegusCommented:
Have you tried using a different account?
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amedexittAuthor Commented:
I can't even get that far. When I put in the domain, it errors out almost immediately.
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