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RIS related

By jvskkiran ·
IM working on RIS for Win2K and have the following setup:

Machine 1: Have DC+DNS+RIS and call this as "Domain1"
Machine 2: Have DC+DNS+DHCP and call this as "Domain2"

Machine1 is authorized in Domain2 and DC's are authorized in there domain by default.

What im expecting is:
The client machine should get a new IP addr. from the DHCP of Domain2 and should be able to install a new OS from the RIS in Domain1.
client is not able to detect RIS server.

expecting reply soon as im in very much need of this pls help

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by CG IT In reply to RIS related

your usage of the term domain suggests 2 seperate networks each with its own domain controller and set of ACLs. If you have 2 domains [2 seperate networks] the client on one network must have permission to access shared folders on the other network. If the client does not have permission, it won't find the shared folder RIS manages by browsing the network or using the \\<server>\<shared folder> URL.

to provide permission for the client on one domain to another domain, a "trust" between the domains must be established and permissions for access to the RIS shared folder have to be set in the domain in which the shared folder resides to allow the client in the other domain to access.

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