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Good morning .
In advance thank you for your attention.
Step expose. Recently it has established a relationship of trust between two domains. One the main call them A (default) and one for the development department B has been established as a company they are parallel mostly external.

When do not we realized that now in the user logon two domains appear in the combo logon.

I can create an adm template to hide the combo box domain and users have to log in with user @ domainA,however do you know how to hide the trust domain of the combo or else to force that the domain A  is always the possibility of being modified by the user?.
Disculpen si mi ingles no es muy correcto.
Nuevamente ,gracias por su tiempo

Thank you very much to all
Best regards
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