I have a MAC on my (mostly PC) network that needs to get on another Domain. Both Domains have a trust relationship but I am unfamiliar with how to add the credentials to a MAC. The user has a login for each Domain (they are not identical). Is there something that MAC's have that block inter-Domain traffic? Or is there a particular way that MAC's use a "Credential Manager" type utility?
I have both the name and the IP address of the server of the Domain but cannot seem to connect to a folder/share that I need to. Any suggestions?
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