Two way AD trust with RODC

Is it supported my Microsoft to make Two way Active Directory Trust between RODC ?

Can anyone help with Possibility and supported Doc from Microsoft?

Thanks in advance... :)

Domain Controller on Windows server 2016 or Windows Server 2012 R2
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Sudheesh SurendranSystem analystAsked:
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
to build trust, source and destination PDC srvers must be reachable to each other and from DC sever (RODC in your case) from where you are creating trust
trust is domain specific and not RODC specific, if you logged on to RODC with domain admins, you can create trust as long as above connectivity is available
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Sudheesh SurendranSystem analystAuthor Commented:
Is there any limitation when i use RODC to Establish the Trust? if i open ports between only this RODCs?
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
You can't

when you create trust, trust wizard actually connects to PDC server by default and hence you need full network connectivity between source destination PDC, between source and destination RODC and both PDC servers, all four should communicate with each other with full network (All AD ports must be opened)

Better you create trust between source and target PDC and then open ports between source and destination RODC servers
ensure that RODC should be able to fully communicate with respective PDC in their domains
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