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Accessing Resources in a trusted domain

Posted on 2011-09-28
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Hi there,
We have a legacy 2003 AD and have created a new 2008 AD. We created a two-way trust between the 2 domains, migrated the user accounts and SID history, currently migrating mailboxes.
Fileshares that are accessible in Domain A are not accessible from Domain B despite the SID history migration.
Any help would be appreciated.
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do DomainB\Users have permissions on the shares ?
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The Domain1 and Domain2 are two different domains you still need to add permissions to the folders for Groups\Users to the old domain.

Create Universal Group or Global Group in Domain2 then create Domain Local Group in DomainA add then DomainB Group into this Domain A group
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Guys,

Thanks for your contributions. We had already added the accounts from the new domain to the share permissions in the old domain but that didn't do it.

The solution was to edit the default domain policy on the old domain: Computer Configuration/Security Settings/Local Policies/User Rights Assignment/Allow Log on localy - add authenticated users from new domain. Then did a gpupdate /force on the domain controllers and the member servers where the shares existed and bingo, sorted.

Hope this helps someone else.
Gerry
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I have split the points as both comments put em on the track to the solution.
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