Trusts between win2K3 and Win2K

Discussion in 'Server Setup' started by Torben Broendum, Sep 9, 2004.

  1. Hi,

    On a corp. network I have 2 DC´s with AD ex.: test1.lan
    and test2.lan.

    The win 2003 server (test1.lan) cas see/access test2.lan
    on the win 2000 server - I have made 2 way trust on the
    win 2003 server. But the win 2000 server cannot see/access
    the test1.lan - I have made trust on the win 2000 server.

    I have never worked with trust before - what the problem
    and how to solve it ?

    Regards,

    Torben Broendum
     
    Torben Broendum, Sep 9, 2004
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  2. Torben Broendum

    Steve Bruce Guest

    The function of a trust is to enable you to assign permissions to groups
    from another forest.

    Have you granted permissions to resources accross the forest boundaries?

    When you say Access/See what do you mean ?

    Do you have DNS resolution cross referencing the forests ? with conditional
    forwarders on the Server 2003 . . . and a secondary zone from the the
    Server 2000 forest on the Server 2003 dns server ?

    If the two forests are on the same subnet you can are probably getting by
    with broadcast resolution from one forest to another . . but if not you
    should get dns to cross forest resolve.




    Hi,

    On a corp. network I have 2 DC´s with AD ex.: test1.lan
    and test2.lan.

    The win 2003 server (test1.lan) cas see/access test2.lan
    on the win 2000 server - I have made 2 way trust on the
    win 2003 server. But the win 2000 server cannot see/access
    the test1.lan - I have made trust on the win 2000 server.

    I have never worked with trust before - what the problem
    and how to solve it ?

    Regards,

    Torben Broendum
     
    Steve Bruce, Sep 10, 2004
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  3. I have never tried this before - but I am working hard ;-)

    OK......regarding permissions: I have shared ex. C:\ on
    both server - is it what you mean about the "permission"
    issue?

    Access/see issue: ......se above!

    Regarding DNS: wil you please be so kind making an example
    of a setup on both servers! :)

    Both forrest are on the same subnet......I cannot check
    right now - I am not on the location. You mean, that thre
    should not be a DNS issue on both server if they afe on
    the same subnet - have I understand this right?

    Torben Broendum
     
    Torben Broendum, Sep 14, 2004
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