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Automating Active Directory® Administration with Windows PowerShell® 2.0 by Laura E. Hunter, Ken St. Cyr

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Manage Active Directory Trusts

An AD trust relationship that you establish between two domains or two forests makes it possible for users in one domain to be authenticated by a DC in the other domain, thus allowing users to access resources in the other domain (subject to any ACLs or other authorization controls that have been placed on the remote resource).

An AD trust may be one-way or two-way in direction, and transitive or nontransitive in nature. Each trust relationship consists of a trusted domain (or forest) and a trusting domain (or forest). The trusted domain in a trust relationship is the one that contains the user objects, whereas the trusting domain is the one that contains the resources to be accessed. When you see trust relationships ...

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