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What´s the better way to login into two differents domains (windows 2003 servers) ate the same time ?
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Question by:Jose Bredariol
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Do you mean domain controllers? You can only login to 1 domain at a time, per computer at least.

Or I guess you you could RDP two computers on two different domains, if thats closer to your goal.

Why don't you describe the situation a little so we can actually try to work through this?
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You will need to setup trusts within the domains and add the appropriate security groups on the designated servers.
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by:Mike Thomas
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You cannot log in to two domains at a time but you can authenticate to as many as there are trust with, but you are still only logging in to one.

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