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    Hi all,

    Scratching my head a bit on this one - I need to make User A on Domain A a member of Group B on Domain B. Cross-domain trusts are in place and I know I'll need to do nested groups, but it doesn't seem to be working.

    I've made Group A on Domain A as a Global Security Group, and User A is added to this. Group B on Domain B is a Universal Security Group, and I should be able to add Group A to this (as far as I understand it).

    However, when I go to Group A > Member Of > Change the domain to search in > Type Group B, it can't find it.

    Any ideas? Domain B is Server 2003 in Server 2003 Mode, Domain A is Server 2003 in Windows 200 Mixed Mode (don't ask).

    EDIT: Works okay with Domain Local groups, just frustrating when it should work with a Universal group.

    Last edited by Duke; 24th November 2010 at 01:43 PM.

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