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Administer user accounts in another domain
To be able to administer user accounts in a different domain:
Set up a trust relationship. There must be a trust relationship between both domains.
On the second domain, run user manager and add ‘
<first-domain>\DOMAIN ADMINS’ to the local ‘
- On the ‘first domain’ running user manager it should now be possible to select the ‘second’ domain and administer its accounts.
These notes have been tested with Windows NT4.
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