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    Hi Guys

    at my school we have an admin server and a separate curriculum server, I would like to know how I can access folders on the curriculum domain from the admin domain.

    I have configured a second NIC on the curriculum DC for the admin range - this did seem to work but none of my clients could get an IP address, Is there a better way for this (trust) or to solve the issue with DHCP clients (worried this may lead to further issues later on)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    I have configured a second NIC on the curriculum DC for the admin range - this did seem to work but none of my clients could get an IP address
    You mean the DHCP server on the Domain Controller decided to listen out for DHCP client requests on the new network connection? Could you try setting it back to listen out on the original?

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    You could in theory have two domains setup with a trust, all on the same subnet. The probability is you have just a handful of admin machines, so it wouldn't be a major job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    You could in theory have two domains setup with a trust, all on the same subnet.
    The LEA might require the machines to be on a seperate subnet, VLAN, or even on a physically seperated network.

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    The LEA might require the machines to be on a seperate subnet, VLAN, or even on a physically seperated network.
    Possibly, but then again, would they want a domain trust to be setup at all?

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