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The program did not start on the remote computer from a different domain

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The program did not start on the remote computer from a different domain
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by:Abhay Pujari
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Please explain more. We need more input to resolve this.
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by:sandeepkulkarnib
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We have 8 windows 2008 terminal servers in domain xyz.com

xyz.com domain is in a different forest

abc.com  domain is a different forest

computers added to abc.com when tried to access the published application get the error

"the remote program did not start on the remote computer"

this works fine from system added to from xyz.com

I have also tried adding the users from abc.com as administratoes in the terminal servers

Note :both forest have 2 way trust setup
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by:Abhay Pujari
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Are you able to browse any resources from computers added to abc.com(I am guessing you are browsing to xyz.com)? Do you have DNS updated there?

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by:sandeepkulkarnib
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i can access the terminal servers which are in xyz.com from a computer in abc.com

using \\servername

both domains have seperate DNS and are updates and reachable from both domains
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by:Abhay Pujari
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Do you have access to this user/computer on published application? Can you please check the difference from where it is working and from where it is not working?
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This has now been solved by publishing application in all Terminal server, Windows 2008 works differently, in citrix u can just publish app and add servers into the pulish app, this option is not there in windows 2008
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