Windows Server 2012 R2, Domain and/or Forest Trusts.

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Frequent Contributor

Hey Guys,

 

Quick question that has been bugging me about domain and forest trusts. We have a Trust that is an  "External" trust. In AD Domains and Trusts: (under the trust tab) the domain

(Domains that trust this domain, incoming)

 

Foreign.com is listed as trust type "External" - Transitive - No

 

Does that mean that foreign.com users can access resources in our domain (local.com) or the other way around?

 

That's the part I don't seem to be able to understand.

 

Thanks,

Robert

 

 

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Hello Robert

 

It means that users from your local.com domain "can" access resources in foreign.com domain. 

 

http://clintboessen.blogspot.si/2010/02/understanding-microsofts-trust.html