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By taffwatts ·
I have 2 domains, A and B linked to use ISDN access through domain A. Servers in both are running NT4, clients running W98. Can users from domain A logon to computers in domain B and have access to their home directories (domain A)if full trust relationships have been setup? Does the accounts database from domain A need to be replicated to domain B?

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by joshg In reply to Cross-domain logons

If you setup a two-way trust that users from A can access B and vice versa. However if you are talking about access to specific machines, you will have to turn on file and print services on the individual machines. Then W98 access is based on Fullor read only. The full can require you to setup a username to gain access. Win98 machines can't take part in domain access stuff. I mean You can't specify users like you can in w2000.

If you want the users of each domain to see computers from both domains in the net neighborhood you will have to set up WINS to do the computer account replication.

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