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Create Trust between two Windows Server 2003 Domains

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Hello,

I have two domains and they are both using the same subnet. I want to create a trust between the two domains. How do I do that..... easily?

Thanks,
John
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go to active directory sites and services and expand sites you will see servers further exapand you will see both the servers. expand both the servers one by one you will see NTDS settings and by right clicking the NTDS settings go to its properties you will see general down in general you will see global catalog tick the option in both the server and it will start replication in both the servers.

Here are two articles that should help:
http://www.windowsnetworking.com/art...vironment.html

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/art...n-Forests.html
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rsoly777: your links are broken.
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Thanks for the links. I think I got it. I haven't done this since NT 3.5
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