I really did not know how to title this one its quite a complicated one. Or I am just completely overlooking the solution telling me I need to open my eyes.
Two Companies, Company A and Company B
Two Domains, Domain A and Domain B
Two Companies Merge
Domain A is Windows Server Domain Domain B is Mac Server Domain
It was all fine until companies decided to move into one bigger office. :(
One Network, Two Domains, Expanded Subnet(255.255.0.0)
So what we need is to get users on Domain A access to all services on Domain B and vice versa.
Domain A consists of:
8/9 Windows Servers, fileservers, svn, exchange and so on...
Domain B consists of:
Mac Servers, Linux Servers for fileservers, svn, kerio mail and so on...
So the Question is:
How do I get around general authentication for end-users to access file services primarily on domain a or b. They may be setup using ldap on mac or windows active directory. Is there a layer on top that can provide authentication cross all platforms or get the domains to sit nicely together.
Current set-up is have a DMZ setup and vpn into domain b, obviously this is not an acceptable solution so was wondering if anyone knew of a better solution for this scenario or had any information to lead me in the right direction.
Thanks in advanced and thanks for reading and answering.