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Posted on 2012-03-18
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We setup a new DC running Server 2008 at location A with Forest level Server 2003

We have our other DC running Server 2003 at B with Forest Level Server 2003

We can ping both servers by name at both sites but some reason when we try to create the trust it just fails and ends the wizard.


Any insight on this? We really need help here.

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Question by:mightyquinn889
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Hi,

How about the name resolution using nslookup, fqdn, netbios?
Have you create dns delegation for each other in respective dns?

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Navdeep [v-2nas]
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Are there any firewalls between the domains?   If yes make sure the proper ports are open

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/179442

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Mike
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Agree with mkline71 , from your situation here normally will have 2 firewalls (1 for location A, 1 for location B) , make sure you check for both firewalls .....
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