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    Please Guys I neeed your help…..

    I have two domain in two different site. Both has windows 2003 server with active directory.

    Domain #1 is : abc.com “Head Office”
    Domain #2 is : xyz.com “Branch Office”

    I already create a one way truths between the two domain. To explain : domain xyz.com truths domain abc.com but abc.com dose not truths domain xyz.com.

    Employees in xyz.com logon to xyz domain not in abc domain.

    I need employees in domain xyz.com to access internet and e-mail services in domain abc.com

    Everything run fine EXPECT when employ in domain xyz.com try to run outlook to check emails a popup username and password windows appear for authentication. This also happen when employ try to use the internet.

    Note: if any employ in xyz.com domain logon to abc.com domain the popup authentication dose not appear. But I need all employ in xyz.com to logon to xyz without any popup authentication for username and password.

    Please I need help..

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