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IIFP can't see source domain

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I have 2 forests that I need the users from ForestA to replicate to a Contacts OU in ForestB.  When I run the IIFP utility, I don't see ForestA for the source.  I only see ForestB.  I have a 2 way trust between the 2 forests.  If I reverse the Connect to Active Directory Forest from B to A then I only see ForestA.  I cna't see both forests in the Target and Source at the same time.  What am I doing wrong?
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can you DNS resolve domains in both forests from the computer you are running IIFP on ?
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Yes, I created a stub zone on each DNS server's domains, both domains registered properly and I can ping both DC's and domains from the IIFP machine and both DC's.
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