I started to work for a company. They have 2 Windows 2003 Domains, lets call them Domain1 and Domain2, and each domain has 1 Domain Controller.
Is it possible to have the DC for Domain1 act as a DC for Domain 2 and vice versa? If so how do I set that up?
The IT guy here says thats the way things are setup.
I assumed DC's can only act as DC's for the domain they belong to. Am I wrong?
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