Hi there,

I'm using an inter-domain trust relationship (DOM-B trusted, DOM-A
trusting, COMP-A=DOM-A computer member).
It works as expected (ish), DOM-B users can logon onto DOM-A
computers.
I'd like to know if it is possible to force login scripts and
ntconfig.pol to be read from the DOM-A pdc server, rather than from
the DOM-B one ?

My setup includes a samba trusted domain and several trusting domains
running (samba, w2ksrv, 2003srv). I don't think it really is a samba
specific question. (i haven't tried with a windows-managed trusted
domain)

We have a ldap server holding more than 20000 accounts, I have
installed a samba as a trusted domain so that others can manage their
ressources on their domain, but it appears login scripts &
ntconfig.pol (or gpo for windows trusting domains) can't be delegated.
(they're read from the trusted domain server)

Am I missing something ?
Is it possible to delegate login script/ntconfig.pol for dom-b users
to trusting domain servers ?

Thanks in advance.

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