Server 2012 Domain Trusts

Hey All,

Currently, I have everything configured for domain trusts between three domains inside of my operational scope.

Domain A -> Domain B <- Domain C

Inside of Domain B, I have a terminal server that I want to allow access to from Domain A and C. I've managed to get this configured properly for Domain A... by adding a RDP Group from Domain A into the Remote Desktop "Select Users..." screen on the terminal server.
 
I'm able to see every user and object in Domain A from this point.

The same isn't true for Domain C. The weird thing is, if I go onto the Domain Controller for B, I can query and connect to C without issues.

I can also add users in C to the "Select Users..." portion of the domain controller.

The only section where this seems to fail is on the terminal server, and I'm not sure where to head next with this issue. Inside of the "Select Users..." Interface, I can change the location from Domain B to Domain C (so it knows it's there) but any user or group that should exist inside of Domain C will not populate and returns "Name Not Found".
troycslAsked:
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h1r0Commented:
Sounds like a DNS. Please explain how DNS is configured for each domain.

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troycslAuthor Commented:
I thought I had the DNS configured correctly because of the Trust on the DC, but the static mappings had public DNS mapped for the terminal server. I removed the public DNS, and flushed the cache, and we're back in business.
h1r0Commented:
Good to hear!
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