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Name resolution no longer works for a trusted domain

Posted on 2012-04-10
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Hello. We have 2 domains with two way trust. Up until now I could just add users from the trusted domain to groups, etc. however, this stopped working. When we check the other domain, there are no problems there. they can find users from our domain.
Any thoughts?
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Have to checked if the trust is workin fine ?
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Do you have WINS services active on both servers ?
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by:ccilengiroglu
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There is no forwarder. However, there were no forwarders to begin with. it did work until a few days ago.

What is the best way to check if the trust is working fine? Validate trust?
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