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cross domain access to admin$

Posted on 2010-09-21
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We have two win2k3 domains in this company - let's say domain 1 and 2.  On a domain 2 PC's local administrator group, I have already add a domain 1 admin account into it.    

From a server in domain 1, I still have trouble mapping to the domain 2 PC's admin$ share.  

Did I miss any step?

Thanks.
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What error are you receiving? Could it be a commuication / network problem? Screenshot, plz?
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The drive cannot be mapped because no network was found.
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Is there an existing trust relationship between the domains? Are the domains within the same forest? If so and you are using Server 2000 dc's or later a 2 way transitive trust should be created. See technet article opn trust concepts http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc759554%28WS.10%29.aspx
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Also re: "The drive cannot be mapped because no network was found", check that the Workstation service is running on the remote pc.
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All good points - also verify that you can map to the admin$ share from within the same domain.
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Thanks everyone.
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