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Hello I am setting up trust between two test domains both running in VMwhere on two diffrent boxes 1. called ThomasNetwork.local = DC is DCCORE ip address 192.168.0.222 2 called Newcompany.com DC is MynewDC ip address 192.168.0.240 I have set up continal forwading on both DNS and have set up the trusts on both DCs - eveything seems to be working I can validate the trust But when I try to add a user, I see my new domain but I cant find any users I talking some screen shots of my setup (done the same on both DCs)
Hi Gurus , I would like to come up with a design for SCCM 2012 as I think it is a good time to migrate from SCCM 2007. I am planning to do it on Server 2012 and SQL 2012. I have a management forest, and multiple forest’s below this with only a one way trust (the management forest does not trust anything). I currently run SCCM 2007 and have a Central Site with Primary Sites nested below this. Sincethis is not supported in 2012 and the Primary Site with Secondary Sites nested below is not supported across untrusted domains I have hit a snag and want to make sure my design will work. From what I read, we do not have near enough servers to manage to require a CAS, although this is the case would our inter forest environment require a CAS to manage multiple un-trusted forests? I was thinking of installing a primary site and then installing management roles on a server in each forest that we will be managing. Would that be a good start? Please keep in mind that we would also like to integrate Forefront Endpoint Protection into this design. With this design, would I need a SQL server in each of the domains? I am also wondering if the following site roles would be enough for a management server in each forest? Management Point Distribution Point Software Update Point I would greatly appreciate your help as I don’t want to implement a flawed design