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Is it possible to allow a user of Domain A to write to Domain B fileshare without a trust relationship?

I'm currently working with two Windows 2008 servers, each running on completely separate domains with no possibility of setting up a trust relationship between them. What I need to find a way of ...
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Create new domain user in window server 2008

I have some doubts regarding windows server 2008 permissions and settings. 1)How to create new user in windows server 2008 domain same as "Administrator" user? (With same permissions). I tried ...
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Permissions issue migrating data across domains

I have 2 domains, lets call them "OLDDomain" and "NEWDomain". The previous admin "migrated" the users from OLDDomain to NEWDomain by painstakingly going through active directory user by user. Then ...
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Domain Admin permissions/rights [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why do I need to run commands as administrator if my account is member of administrator group? I have a test domain environment set up consisting of one DC, and 2 ...
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copied user profile, now get “cannot access device…appropriate permissions” on system files

I'm running a Windows 7 x64 desktop. I had to replace my domain controller after losing the old one without a backup, so when I created a new domain user, of course, the system sees it as a different ...
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How do I allow Windows users log into my Ubuntu server

I am new to Linux. I have the server setup (Ubuntu Server 10.04), and a windows domain server with active directory. I would like to allow a certain user groups acccess to the Ubuntu server. Any ...
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Windows Server 2003: Log in as a domain user, but unable to set permissions for domain users

I have a very simple network that has one domain controller (Win Server 2003) and one other computer that is part of the domain (also Win Server 2003). This other computer will allow me to log in as a ...