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OCS 2007 Enterprise need to access multiple domains through edge server

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we have installed OCS 2007 with an edge server for outside access everything works fine for primary domain but we have multiple domains we need to access from the outside.

now that we have our primary setup and working how do i add new domains for access from the outside??

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Are the other domain in your forest? If so:

http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/602764-join-two-domainsforests-on-different-subnet/

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