3.8. Cross-forest Authentication

Truly understanding cross-forest authentication doesn't just mean you understand authentication across multiple forests—it also means you understand the process of authentication and trusts within a single forest.

The term cross-forest authentication can take you aback a bit when you first hear it. But all this refers to is the authentication of credentials across multiple forests through the use of forest trusts. Since by now you've most likely seen forest trusts or been tested on forest trusts, this process should prove to be relatively easy for you. But for the sake of completeness and also because they are an absolutely vital aspect of the exam, we're going to cover forests in their entirety. More so than ...

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