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Adding security groups accross forests w/ trust

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I have a 2 way trust between 2 windows 2003 domain in seperate forests. I want to add a universal security group from domain A (forest A) to a universal SG in Domain B (Forest B). However, I dont get the "location" option to select that domain when tryign to do this. Is this possible?
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No. Universal groups can only have members from the forest they belong to. You would need to add he Universal group to a Domain Local group in the remote domain.
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I just added those non-mail enabled account to a mail enabled security group. that seemed to work -FYI
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disregard last post... wrong thread
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