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Hi Everyone,

I recently setup my network into a parent-child architecture. From my parent domain, when I click on network neighborhood. I am only able to browse network objects that are local to that domain. I don't see the child domain nor the child active directory.

Now when I click on network neighborhood on any pc in the child domain, I see the parent domain, but when I click on it I get

'parentdomain' in not accessible
The list of servers for this domain is presently not available

I can however browse the parent domain AD. I am presenyly runnin a win 2000 network.

Help :tazz:
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