Hide child domains from each other

I have a Server 2016 parent domain with two 2016 child domains. I need to stop the child domains being able to see each other and browse each other when adding file permission's, amending Groups etc. They will not need to access each others resources but will need to access the parent domains resources.
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timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
There is no way to hide child domains from each other if they are part of the same forest. You don't have to allow trust between the domains, but they will be able to see each other, but based on the permissions and trust you setup they will be completely independent of one another.
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timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
Provided answer to author. Closing ticket and assigning points.
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