When user tries to access Shared Folder on Trusted Domain, he gets credentials prompting.

Posted on 2012-08-30
Last Modified: 2012-09-04
Hello Experts,
I Have the current Cenario:
- DomainA and DomainB with external two-ways trust relationship (Windows 2003 AD Level)
- TS server on Domain A (Windows 2008 R2)
- Shared Folder on DomainA (Windows 2008 R2)
- DomainLocal Security Group on DomainA (SharedFolder security)
- User on DomainB.
- User(DomainB) is member of DLSecurityGroup(DomainA)

The user(DomainB) are able to logon TSServer(DomainA) without problems. When it tries to access the SharedFolder(DomainA) the system prompt for credentials, after enter DomainB user (DomainB\User) and password it works. I'd like to connect to the resources without enter credentials, How can I do that?
Question by:guenka
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    Expert Comment

    by:Kiran Ch
    Can you check the security permissions?
    Also can you try removing the user from domainlocal group and add the user directly to that share and see if the credentials are being prompted still?
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    Author Comment

    The permission is fine. Because when user enter credentials he are able to access the resource.
    Even add the permission direct to account, it keeps prompting for credentials.
    LVL 1

    Accepted Solution

    I found an error on DNS for the root trusted Domain. After fixed it, the access to resource works without prompt credentials.
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    Author Closing Comment

    I found the solution. There were two trusts for the same domain one for the child and another for the root (Transitive).
    DNS for child Domani was working, but for Root was not.

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