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I have two networks; Network A Network B set up. Each on it's own domain Domain A Domain B.

I have a user in domain A who has moved her computer to Network B. I have a site to site VPN between Network A and Network B. The user machine is in network B can access domain A without any problems.

The user wants to access some of the resources on Domain B, i.e file share. How can I give the user permissions in domain B?

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If Domain A has a business relationship with Domain B, or some other sort of accountability/responsibility agreement in place, you can use a Domain trust.

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