troubleshooting Question

SIDs in ACL not domain\group - External trust

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Windows Server 2003Active Directory
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We successfully established a Windows Server 2003, External Trust between
our domain and a remote domain. Users there can browse to server shares here.

As user accounts there are added to resources here, only the SID appears in
the ACL and the users do not get the resource access needed.

What should we do to give the users the needed access and (I think both are
related), replace the SIDs with the actual domain\username or domain\group?
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