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i am trying to setup a two way trust with another forest (2003 to 2008) but everytime i try to establish the trust i get a message indicating "the trust password is not a strong password" and it goes back to password entry dialog.

The domain policies are not complex and i have tried to use a really strong password but still keep getting the same message.

Any ideas anyone...
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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uppercase/lowercase/symbol/number/length of 8 or more.

Must match on both ends
Th1s1sthep@ssw0rd should work
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by:socan
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i have tried the following pass and it did not work: "h0WgV8h3<dG"
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figured out the issue.. there was a password filter utility that was blocking... closing ticket.
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figured out the issue myself.
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