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troubleshooting Question

Cant use remote desktop across trust

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I have setup a two way forest trust between two seperate forest. In forest A I have a root domain called domain1 and a child domain called domain2.

In forest B there is one domain. I have created the forest level trust between the root domain in forest a and the one domain in forest b.

Everything works great but when I try to allow users from domain2 in forest A to use RDP to a server in forest b it will not work.

The only way it would work is if I add the user to the remote desktop users group on the the machine I'm trying to RDP to.

If I add the user to a group  and add that group to the local remote desktop users group on the server I'm trying to access it fails.

It gives the error that you must be a memer of remote desktop users to access the machine when it fails.

Any ideas?

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