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    I need to set up a trust between the admin and curric servers for sims in classroom project. I have squashed the network into a single IP address range (admin/sims server one) and would like to know does anyone have a guide on how to set up the trust relationship etc, do I also need to allow zone transfers in DNS?

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    Server 2008 R2: How to create a trust in Windows Server 2008 R2 MISDivision Blog

    Server 2003: Creating a forest level trust relationship in Windows Server 2003 - Windows Server - Techguide

    And i would setup zone transfers in DNS

    That should point you in the right direction.

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    Thanks James

    I have 2 servers running 2008r2 and 2003 standard will this be a problem

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    No, Having a Server 2003 and Server 2008 Servers won't cause it to not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    No, Having a Server 2003 and Server 2008 Servers won't cause it to not work.

    James.

    Could having the domain function level on the 2008R2 domain set to 2008R2 cause a problem with the 2k3 server?

    a simply way of doing it would be just to setup on the admin network a generic user say sims and in the login script do something like net use S: \\server\share /user:admin\sims password

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    Could having the domain function level on the 2008R2 domain set to 2008R2 cause a problem with the 2k3 server?

    a simply way of doing it would be just to setup on the admin network a generic user say sims and in the login script do something like net use S: \\server\share /user:admin\sims password
    Yes, I thought i added that in. Make sure your Domain Fuction Level on the S008 Server is not Raised to Server 2008/ R2

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