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granting admin rights across domains

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by:McKnife
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...and the question is?
"I run 2 domains and would like my account to become admin in those 2! How to?"
->Create a domain trust and then you will be able to... - wait, is this what you were trying to ask?
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We have a two way trust with another domain in a different forest.  Is there a way to grant admin rights in our domain to an account from the other domain?
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