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Delegate control with domain trust

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I have a domain trust setup between organization A and organization B.  I'm trying to delegate control in organization B so members of a security group in Organization A have the ability to move computers from the computer OU to the workstations OU.  I've followed the following to delegate this permission using https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/818091 to a security group in organization A.  Whenever anyone who is a member of organization A attempts this it fails.  The trust that exist is an external trust.  This was working at one time and suddenly stopped and I can't figure why.
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is the security group Universal ?!
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verify your external trust from domain.msc snap ins

If user movement functionality stopped working, the only possible reason could be trust failure, check from domain.msc if trust is active and in place

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-in/library/cc737447(v=ws.10).aspx
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The security group is a global security group
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