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Managed Service Account across a trust

Posted on 2011-10-21
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Is it possible to create a managed service account in one domain, and assign it to a computer in another domain across a one way trust? If it is possible, what steps are required to associate the account with the computer in the other domain?
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by:Darius Ghassem
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Well you should be able to create a User Account then assign the user account permissions. When you add the user account you need to click on locations then choose the other domain.
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All recommendations, for setting up a managed service account, say that it needs to be done through Power Shell. We have setup many accounts but nothing in one of our trusted domains.
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What recommendations?

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Problem solved.
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Not possible per microsoft engineer.
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