15.21. Viewing the Trusts for a Domain

Problem

You want to view the trusts that are configured in a domain.

Solution

Using a graphical user interface

  1. Open the Active Directory Domains and Trusts snap-in.

  2. In the left pane, right-click the domain you want to view and select Properties.

  3. Click on the Trusts tab.

Using a command-line interface

> netdom query trust /Domain:<DomainDNSName>

Using VBScript

' This code prints the trusts for the specified domain.
' ------ SCRIPT CONFIGURATION ------
strDomain = "<DomainDNSName>" ' e.g., rallencorp.com ' ------ END CONFIGURATION --------- ' Trust Direction Constants taken from NTSecAPI.h set objTrustDirectionHash = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") objTrustDirectionHash.Add "DIRECTION_DISABLED", 0 objTrustDirectionHash.Add "DIRECTION_INBOUND", 1 objTrustDirectionHash.Add "DIRECTION_OUTBOUND", 2 objTrustDirectionHash.Add "DIRECTION_BIDIRECTIONAL", 3 ' Trust Type Constants - taken from NTSecAPI.h set objTrustTypeHash = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") objTrustTypeHash.Add "TYPE_DOWNLEVEL", 1 objTrustTypeHash.Add "TYPE_UPLEVEL", 2 objTrustTypeHash.Add "TYPE_MIT", 3 objTrustTypeHash.Add "TYPE_DCE", 4 ' Trust Attribute Constants - taken from NTSecAPI.h set objTrustAttrHash = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") objTrustAttrHash.Add "ATTRIBUTES_NON_TRANSITIVE", 1 objTrustAttrHash.Add "ATTRIBUTES_UPLEVEL_ONLY", 2 objTrustAttrHash.Add "ATTRIBUTES_QUARANTINED_DOMAIN", 4 objTrustAttrHash.Add "ATTRIBUTES_FOREST_TRANSITIVE", 8 objTrustAttrHash.Add "ATTRIBUTES_CROSS_ORGANIZATION", ...

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