Problem integrating two domain windows server 2003

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Windows Server 2003 Domain
Hi, I have one domain server (embawood.dm) in Azerbaijan country, and other domain server in Georgia country (georgia.dm). I want that this domain servers will be in one forest. I confingured trusts. but i did it when this server (gerorgia.dm) was in azerbaijan. (at that time two server vere on 1 network). But now i want join this server one to anather over internet. How can i did it? please help

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windows 2003 server , DNS, AD

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You need to setup the servers so they can ping eachother. You can setup a site to site VPN using compaible VPN equpiment or firewalls.

I confingured VPN but when i joined vpn client on azerbaijan domain server network users cannot join to domain controller, Please help

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  • Eliyevelxan
    Hi, I have one domain server (embawood.dm) in Azerbaijan country, and other domain server in Georgia country (georgia.dm). I want that this domain servers will be in one forest. I confingured trusts. but i did it when this server (gerorgia.dm) was in azerbaijan. (at that time two server vere on 1 network). But now i want join this server one to anather over internet. How can i did it? please help Software/Hardware used: windows 2003 server , DNS, AD
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  • 804TECH
    These are separate single-domain forests, correct? You need to establish communication between the two. If there is a LAN-to-LAN VPN, there should be no firewalls in place. Then, you should set up a FOREST TRUST (for KerberosNTLM authentication) See Here Then allow forest-wide authentication. They users/computers can only belong to ONE domain or the other, but should be able to authenticate to either one. Because these are two distinct forests, they will have separate schemas, Enterprise Admins, etc. You may want to think about migrating down to one forest for simplicity using domain migration tools. With the proper planning, it's not too difficult on smaller AD deployments. Here is a link to the AD migration Tools
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