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A domain in an AD Forest has a trustAttributes value set to 0x800000. Microsoft documentation lists this as reserved, but it appears that Microsoft themselves use it for something. My question is: What does domain trust attribute 0x800000 mean?

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Well this could be even from trust domain wizard, that the trust is either established or not – Andrew Smith Jun 26 '12 at 15:16
I've only ever seen that in the context of a Windows 2000 domain, and it's even used in an MS example, here: But that's all I got. – HopelessN00b Jun 26 '12 at 15:27

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