Enter the name and password of an account with permissions for this domain and click OK.
- Define group membership
For example, you add a domain user to the local Administrators group on a member workstation.
- Set permissions for users and groups on files and folder shares
- Set permissions for users and groups on keys in the Windows NT registry
- Enable an audit trail for object access by users and groups
- Trust between two Windows 2000 domains that reside in different forests
- Trust between a Windows 2000 domain and a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 domain
- Trust between two Windows NT 4.0 domains that have Windows 2000 clients
- Supply the user name and password of an account that can be authenticated by the trusted domain.
- Add a second trust in the reverse direction so that the trusted domain also trusts the trusting domain.
- Synchronize the user name and passwords for the accounts you will be using for this operation in each domain.
Artikelnummer: 263956 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 07.01.2008 – Revision: 1