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Hi Experts,
Our company had 8 forests. We had initiated a project to Consolidate the 8 forests in to one single forest. The project had kicked off and the users were migrated using quest. As  a part of the project after the users and computers were migrated the trust relationship between the old domain and the new domain was removed.
Up on removal of the trust relationship when users logged in to the domain they were not able to see all their files. Control panel (winxp) is not displaying classic view, "unable to start outlook" are some of the errors.
I tried giving administrative previlleges to some users and everything was back to normal. If I remove the previllege users start facing the same problem. Any help would be highly appreciated
 
PS : I have already tried removing the desktop from the domain and rejoining it back but no luck.
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