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Microsoft® Windows Server 2003: Administrator’s Companion by Jason Gerend, Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel

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Using Active Directory Domains and Trusts

Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Domains and Trusts is an MMC snap-in you can use to view a tree display containing all the domains in your forest. With this snap-in, you can manage the trust relationships between the domains, change the domain mode, and configure the user principal name (UPN) suffixes for the forest. Active Directory Domains and Trusts also provides access to Active Directory Users and Computers for each domain that you use to view and modify the properties of individual objects.

Launching Active Directory Domains and Trusts

Windows Server 2003 adds the Active Directory Domains and Trusts Manager snap-in to the Start menu by default, so after logging on using an account with administrative ...

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