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    cross domain permissions

    hi all,

    i have been asked to reduce access to read and print only on a resource in an external non transitive trusted domain. we log on to domain a and access a resource in domain b. when I look at ntfs permissions on relevant files and folders in domain b I can not work out how access is provided currently. there are no explicitly listed permissions listing accounts in domain A for me to edit- any ideas of where to keep looking- i'm assuming this is something to do with the trust? thanks

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    Don't know if you're watching this thread still, but you could have a look at nested groups between the domains. A security group on domain A for example could belong to a similar group on domain B.

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