|Subject:||RE: Selective Authentication Forest Trust only working one way|
|Posted by:||Ryan Hanisco (RyanHanis…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 18 May 2008|
Can you post the error message that you are expecting to get from this??
You shouldn't get a firewall message when the authorization for access fails.
You should get an access denied message.
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> We have a selective authentication trust between two forests and the
> selective authentication only appears to be working in one direction.
> The two forests are Asia and America.
> When America tries to access a resource in Asia that they don't have allowed
> to authenticate permissions to it either prompts for logon credentials or
> lets the user in . When Asia tries to access something in the America forest
> without allowed to authenticate permissions they get the Authentication
> firewall error message (which is what we obviously want, but we want it to be
> When Asia users have allowed to authenticate permissions it works and when
> US users have allowed to authenticate permissions, that works too.
> So the issue is why does America not get the Authentication firewall message
> when trying to connect to Asia resources when they don't have the allowed to
> authenticate permissions?
Selective Authentication Forest Trust only working one way posted by admintgal on Thu, 15 May 2008