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Create Trust Relationship between Nt 4.0 BDC to new dc WinStd

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Tried but received error "unable to find domain controller for that domain"

both in the same network subnet and able to ping eachother hostname

Thanks!

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You need to setup the trust from the PDC not the BDC. Take a look at this link on step by step instructions on setting up a trust.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325874
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Sounds like DNS is not correctly set on one of the domains. Run NETDIAG and DCDIAG on each of the domains DCs to verify the domain.

Should work from a BDC but run the trust process from the PDC to be sure.

Steve
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