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MemberOf does not show groups for trusted domain

Posted on 2011-02-23
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When on Domain A, if I add a user from Domain B to a domain local group then go to Domain B using ADUC when looking at the MemberOf it does not show which makes sense since it is a Domain Local group.  How do I determine what groups a user belongs to?
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Question by:ajruiz
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wouldnt you need to add the global group then to a universal group and then that universal group to the resource on the other domain?
http://kb.iu.edu/data/ahrl.html
see if that makes sence.. :)
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by:Krzysztof Pytko
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Yup, as ccns wrote. Create Global Groups in each domain, put there users and those global group place in domain local group(s) in appropriate domain, or use universal groups, put there users and universal groups place in domain local

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Krzysztof
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