Default Trusts?


G

Guest

Are there any default domain trusts in a single domain forest?

I ask because I am getting the following message: "The session setup to the
Windows NT or Windows 2000 Domain Controller for the domain OLD-DOMAIN is
not responsive. The current RPC call from Netlogon on \\TEMPDC to has been
cancelled."

When I go in and look at active directory domain and trusts and look at the
trusts for my domain I have a two way transitive shortcut trust to the same
domain name as my domain.

I am having problems figuring out where this OLD-DOMAIN reference is coming
from and wonder if it has to do with this trust.

A bit of history. I just promoted a new DC and demoted a very old NT 4.0
upgraded DC and the AD is still in mixed mode. I had tried to go straight to
a w2k3 r2 DC but it wouldn't let me because it said it couldn't contact all
the domain controllers in the forest. I have gone through and verified that
there are not any other references to any other DCs in the AD (Via going
through the procedure to manually strip out a DC from the AD).
 
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J

Jorge de Almeida Pinto [MVP - DS]

When I go in and look at active directory domain and trusts and look attrusts for my domain I have a two way transitive shortcut trust to the same
domain name as my domain

a single domain forest does not have any intra forest trust (transitive
trusts, shortcut trust), except external or forest trust (depending on the
FFL)


do you know what TEMPDC is?
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# Jorge de Almeida Pinto # MVP Windows Server - Directory Services

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G

Guest

Yes, TempDC is the new DC. The old DC was in such bad shape I wanted to get
off of that load/hardware before I did any major changes so I loaded a
tempary 2k machine as a stepping stone to where I want to be on a w2k3 r2
load. I found out some more information, they did some gyrations while
updating and the \\old-domain is from the old NT 4.0 domain somehow.

Bottom line in a single domain forest, there should not be ANY trusts right?
This firms up my thoughts that the old-domain is really related to the trust
that looks like it is going to my domain name...
 

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