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After completing the new connection wizard for a temp connection, what should i mark on the properties windows.

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I tried this method as you told , when i deletes the F drive from Disk management , it shows an unpartitioned/ unused disk space. i want to merge these two drives due insufficient disk space , can i use a...

1.Open Computer Management (Local)
click Start, and then click Control Panel. Click Performance and Maintenance, click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Computer Management.
OR - right click My Computer and choose MANAGE

2.In the console tree, click Disk Management.
Computer Management (Local) > Storage > Disk Management

3.Right-click the unallocated space on one of the dynamic disks where you want to create the spanned volume, and then click New Volume.

4.In the New Volume wizard, click Next, click Spanned, and then follow the instructions on your screen.


You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to complete this procedure. If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may also prevent you from completing this procedure.

You can create spanned volumes on dynamic disks only. - if one or more of the disks is listed as BASIC on the left hand pane, click the drive you need to make dynamic, right click and choose convert to dynamic.

You need at least two dynamic disks to create a spanned volume.

You can extend a spanned volume onto a maximum of 32 dynamic disks.

Spanned volumes cannot be mirrored or striped.

Spanned volumes are not fault tolerant - if one drive fails, the data on all the spanned volumes is basically lost.

Mar 25, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...


How to install Windows XP

Step 1 - Start your PC and place your Windows XPCD in your CD/DVD-ROM drive. Your PC should automatically detect the CD and youwill get a message saying "Press any key to boot from CD". Soon ascomputer starts booting from the CD your will get the following screen:

Step 2 - At this stage it will ask you to press F6 if you want to install athird party Raid or SCSI driver. If you are using a an IDE Hard Drive then youdo not need to press F6. If you are using a SCSI or SATA Hard drive then youmust press F6 otherwise Windows will not detect your Hard Drive during theinstallation. Please make sure you have the Raid drivers on a floppy disk.Normally the drivers are supplied on a CD which you can copy to a floppy diskready to be installed. If you are not sure how to do this then please read yourmotherboard manuals for more information.

Step 3 - Press S to Specify that you want to install additional device.

Step 4 - You will be asked to insert the floppy disk with the Raid or SCSIdrivers. Press enter after you have inserted the disk.

Step 5 - You will see a list of Raid drivers for your HDD. Select the correctdriver for your device and press enter.

Step 6 - You will then get a Windows XP Professional Setup screen. You have theoption to do a new Windows install, Repair previous install or quit. Since weare doing a new install we just press Enter to continue.

Step 7 - You will be presented with the End User Licensing Agreement. Press F8to accept and continue

Step 8 - This step is very important. Here we will create the partition whereWindows will be installed. If you have a brand new unformatted drive you willget a screen similar to below. In our case the drive is 8190MB. We canchoose to install Windows in this drive without creating a partition, hence usethe entire of the drive. If you wish to do this you can just press enterand Windows will automatically partition and format the drive as one largedrive.

However for this demonstration I will create two partition. The first partitionwill be 6000MB (C: drive) and second partition would be 2180MB (E: drive). Bycreating two partition we can have one which stores Windows and Applicationsand the other which stores our data. So in the future if anything goes wrongwith our Windows install such as virus or spyware we can re-install Windows onC: drive and our data on E: drive will not be touched. Please note you canchoose whatever partition your like. For example if you have 500GB harddrive you can have two partition of 250GB each.

Press C to create a partition.

Step 8 - Windows will show the total of the hard drive and ask you howmuch you want to allocate for the partition you are about to create. I willchoose 6000MB. You will then get the screen below. Notice it shows C: Partition1 followed by the 6000 MB. This indicates the partition has been created.We still have an unpartitioned space of 2189MB. Next highlight theunpartitioned space by pressing down the arrow key. Then press C to createanother partition. You will see the total space available for the newpartition. Just choose all the space left over, in our case 2180MB.

Step 9 - Now you will see both partition listed. Partition 1 (C: Drive) 6000MBand Partition 2 (E: Drive) 2180MB. You will also have 8MB of unpartitionedspace. Don't worry about that. Just leave it how its is. Windows normally hassome unpartitioned space. You might wonder what happened to D: drive. Windowshas automatically allocated D: drive to CD/DVD-ROM.

Select Partition 1 (C: Drive) and press Enter.

Step 10 - Choose format the partition using NTFS file system.This is therecommended file system. If the hard drive has been formatted before then youcan choose quick NTFS format. We chose NTFS because it offers many securityfeatures, supports larger drive , and bigger files.

Windows will now start formatting drive C: and start copying setup files asshown on the two images below :

Step 11 - After the setup has completed copying the files the computer willrestart. Leave the XP CD in the drive but this time DO NOT press any key whenthe message "Press any key to boot from CD" is displayed. In fewseconds setup will continue. Windows XP Setup wizard will guide you through thesetup process of gathering information about your computer.

Step 12 - Choose your region and language.

Step 13 - Type in your name and organization.

Step 14. Enter your product key.

Windows XP Screenshot - Click to enlarge

Step 15 - Name the computer, and enter an Administrator password. Don't forgetto write down your Administrator password.

Step 16 - Enter the correct date, time and choose your time zone.

Step 17 - For the network setting choose typical and press next.

Step 18 - Choose workgroup or domain name. If you are not a member of a domainthen leave the default settings and press next. Windows will restart again andadjust the display.

Step 19 - Finally Windows will start and present you with a Welcome screen.Click next to continue.

Step 20 - Choose 'help protect my PC by turning on automatic updates now' andpress next.

Step 21 - Will this computer connect to the internet directly, or through anetwork? If you are connected to a router or LAN then choose: 'Yes, thiscomputer will connect through a local area network or home network'. If youhave dial up modem choose: 'No, this computer will connect directly to theinternet'. Then click Next.

Step 22 - Ready to activate Windows? Choose yes if you wish to active Windowsover the internet now. Choose no if you want to activate Windows at a later stage.

Step 23 - Add users that will sign on to this computer and click next.

Step 24 - You will get a Thank you screen to confirm setup is complete. Clickfinish.

Step 25. Log in, to your PC for the first time.

Step 26 - You now need to check the device manager to confirm that all thedrivers has been loaded or if there are any conflicts. From the start menuselect Start -> Settings -> Control Panel. Click on the System icon andthen from the System Properties window select the Hardware tab, then click onDevice Manager.

If there are any yellow exclamation mark "!" next to any of thelisted device, it means that no drivers or incorrect drivers has been loadedfor that device. In our case we have a Video Controller (VGA card) which has nodrivers installed.

Your hardware should come with manufacturer supplied drivers. You need toinstall these drivers using the automatic setup program provided by themanufacturer or you need to manually install these drivers. If you do not havethe drivers, check the manufacturers website to download them.

To install a driver manually use the following procedure:

(a) From the device manager double click on the device containing theexclamation mark.

(b) This would open a device properties window.

(c) Click on the Driver tab.

(d) Click Update Driver button. The Wizard for updating device driver pops upas shown below:

You now get two options. The first option provides an automatic search for therequired driver. The second option allows you to specify the location of thedriver. If you don't know the location of the driver choose the automaticsearch which would find the required driver from the manufacturer supplied CDor Floppy disk. Windows would install the required driver and may ask you torestart the system for the changes to take affect. Use this procedure toinstall drivers for all the devices that contain an exclamation mark. Windowsis completely setup when there are no more exclamation marks in the devicemanager.

on Jan 06, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2


How To Enable File And Printer Sharing In XP, Vista, and 7

Verify File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks is Installed by following these instructions for your particular OS:

Windows XP

1. Log in as the administrator or as an account that has administrator capabilities.
2. Open the Control Panel and click Network And Internet Connections.
3. Below "Pick A Control Panel" Icon, click "Network Setup Wizard."
4. On the Welcome screen that displays, click Next and then click Next again. The wizard displays the Select A Connection Method dialog box.
5. If your host computer connects to the Internet through a residential gateway like a router, access point, or base station, select the second option and click Next.
6. The following prompt is for your computer’s description and name. Accept the default answers and click Next. Do the same for the Workgroup Name prompt.
7. On the File And Printer Sharing screen, select the Turn On File And Printer Sharing radio button and click Next.
8. When the process is complete, the You’re Almost Done dialog box displays.
9. Select Just Finish The Wizard; I Don’t Need To Run The Wizard On Other Computers and click Next.

Windows Vista

1. Click Start, right-click Network, and then click Properties.
2. In the Network and Sharing Center window, under Sharing and Discovery, click the down arrow next to File sharing.
3. Within the File sharing settings, click Turn on file sharing, and then click Apply.
4. Next, click the down arrow next to Printer sharing.
5. Within the Printer sharing settings, click Turn on printer sharing, and then click Apply.

Windows 7

1. Click Start, open up Control Panel, then click on Network and Internet, then click on Network and Sharing Center.
2. In the Network and Sharing Center window, click on Change advanced sharing settings.
3. In the Advanced Sharing Settings window, you will need to change the settings for the Home or Work, and Public profiles.
4. Turn on File and Printer Sharing for both Home or Work, and Public profiles.
5. Click Save Changes and close this window.

on Jul 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I recently re-installed Windows XP Professional due to a malware program on my computer and i've got everything except internet. My modem is fine but it just doesn't detect my internet jack. What can I do...

Who ever made your motherboard or computer, you need go to there website and download,chipset driver, Modem driver, Ethernet driver,
sound driver, I don't know the hardware you have on your computer because you did not post it.

Right now the computer is using Windows generic drivers, so somethings
will work, but they might not work up to speed or a good as they can with there own drivers.

When you go to thr website of your computer MFG, or the motherboard,
and look at the model # of your system, it will show what drivers are for your system.

Once you get all the drivers loaded, go to ( my computer ) and right click on it, and in the little window pick properties. Somewhere you will see devise MGR, open it, if you have hardware that is missing a driver there will be a yellow shield telling you its missing.

Now that you have all your drivers,

  1. Open System by clicking the Start button 4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33.png, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking System.
  2. In the left pane, click System Protection. 18abb370-ac1e-4b6b-b663-e028a75bf05b.png If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
  3. To turn on System Protection for a hard disk, select the check box next to the disk, and then click OK.
    – or –
    To turn off System Protection for a hard disk, clear the check box next to the disk, and then click OK.

Now the next time you have a problem, use system restore or install, but system restore is faster and does the same thing.

Don't want these problems, Get Avira, Avast, Kaspersky, Eset, F-secure, Norton 2009.

These are the top anti-virus on the planet, G-data is the top but expensive.

Also get Malwarebytes, there is a free version.

Avira has a free version also.

Feb 07, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Hi, Step 1: Make sure the network cable is connectedMake sure that the network cable is connected to the computer and to the modem. If your computer connects to a hub or to a router, make sure the cable that connects the hub or the router to the modem is connected. Step 2: Make sure that the network adapter is enabled
  1. Click Start, click Run, type ncpa.cpl, and then click OK.
  2. Right-click the Local Area Connection icon. Click Enable if the option is available.
Step 3: Reset the modem
  1. Disconnect the cable that goes from the computer to the modem.
  2. Turn off the modem. If the modem does not have a power switch, disconnect the power supply from the modem.
  3. Wait two minutes.
  4. Turn on the modem, and then connect the cable that goes from the computer to the modem.
Step 4: Uninstall and then reinstall the modem and the drivers by using Device Manager
Before you follow these steps, you may have to download the latest driver for your network adapter from the hardware manufacturer.
  1. Click Start, click Run, type sysdm.cpl, and then click OK.
  2. Click the Hardware tab, click Device Manager, and then locate Network Adapters.
  3. Expand Network Adapters, and then right-click the icon for your network adapter.
  4. Click Uninstall, and then click OK. In the dialog box that prompts you to remove the files that are associated with this device, click Yes.
  5. Restart the computer. Or, click Action, and then click Scan for hardware changes.
  6. If Windows finds the device but does not recognize it, you must install the latest driver for your network adapter.
If you have a Realtek 8139 network adapter, updating the driver seems to resolve this issue. For more information, visit the following Realtek Web site: provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support. This contact information may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information. Step 5: Create a new DSL or cable connection
  1. Click Start, click Run, type ncpa.cpl, and then click OK.
  2. Click Create a new connection under Network Tasks. Click Next when the wizard starts.
  3. Click Connect to the Internet, and then click Next.
  4. Click Set up my connection manually, and then click Next.
  5. Select Connect using a broadband connection that requires a user name and password, and then click Next.
  6. Follow the remaining steps. Use the connection information from your Internet service provider (ISP) to complete the wizard.
Note You may have to use software that is supplied by your ISP to create the new connection.

Mar 02, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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How to use or install windows xp uploader to use in uploading photos in friendster?


This is a multi-stage process ... it takes some effort to get it working but it is worth it in the end

first, on Friendster's Upload Photos page, click the link for the "Windows XP Uploader Wizard" to download and install the registry file that enables the "XP Publishing Wizard" ... just click on "Open" in the Download Complete dialog or double click the xppubwiz.reg file ... now when you open My Computer and select your photo you will see a new option in the left-hand pane under "File and Folder Tasks" entitled "Publish this file to the Web" ... click on that to launch the Web Publishing Wizard

click Next and it will give you the opportunity to "Change Your File Selection" by checking and unchecking the corresponding boxes, but since the file you selected is already checked we can skip that ... now the wizard wants to know where you want to publish the file ... the first time you use the wizard you will probably only have one choice: "MSN Groups" ... if you have a Windows Live or .NET Passport ID you can use that; otherwise the wizard will help you create one ... so select "MSN Groups", then click Next and select a folder where you want your photo to be published

now, the whole reason we are going through this agonizing procedure is that your photo is too big to upload directly, so the wizard complains about the file size ... no problem, click Next and then Next again and the wizard asks if you want to resize the file ... check the Yes box and select whichever file size you like ... click Next again and the wizard will compress and upload your photo ... with any luck you will see that your upload was successful, so click Next and the wizard will inform you that you have successfully published your file and that a shortcut has been added to "My Network Places" ... so click Finish

but we are still only half way there ... now, open your Friendster page, go to the Upload Photos page and click on "Browse Files" just like normal ... remember that shortcut that was added in "My Network Places"? navigate to Desktop, then "My Network Places", then follow the long chain down to the folder where you published your photo ... double click your file and you are back at Friendster and you can click "Start Upload" ... mission accomplished

and now we get the pay off for all your hard work ... the next time you use the wizard to upload a large file, in addition to "MSN Groups", the wizard will offer you the "Friendster Bulk Upload" ... select that, click Next, enter your Friendster login info and select the album you want your photo to appear in ... now when the wizard has resized your photo it will be uploaded directly to the album you selected!!

one more bit of house-keeping ... you can still use your MSN Group folder to upload your photos to other sites, but you only have 3 MB for your files unless you buy extra space ... so you may have to delete some old files to make room for new ones

hope this helps, Please rate my response! Thanks!!

Feb 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Vista Laptop cannot connect to XP users

go to control panel>>add and remove prgrams>>click on add/reomve windows components on the left panel.
make sure you have the system CD.
put a check mark in "networking services" and "other network files and print services" install the addtional services.
check the share volume, make sure you have given the user rights to access the drive.

Jan 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Internet sharing

which internet u r using

Feb 27, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Creating RIS images
As we have seen, CD-based RIS images can be created throug= h the RISetup utility. Additionally, there is RIPrep.exe, a utility that allows an administrator to clone a standard corporate desktop for deployment to other systems. In this section, we will examine the RIPrep utility, and also learn about creating RIS boot disks for compatible network adapters.
Unlike RISetup, which only allows an administrator to depl= oy a CD-based setup of Windows 2000 Professional (even a network-based installat= ion is just a copy of the files from the CD shared on a network drive), RIPrep = can be used to deploy the operating system plus customized settings and even locally installed desktop applications. This process is not the true disk cloning that products like Norton Ghost provide, as it can only be used with Windows 2000 Professional. Additionally, RIPrep does not support multiple h= ard drives or multiple partitions on the computer that the image is being creat= ed on.
Other limitations of RIPrep include the requirement that a CD-based image that is the same version and language as the RIPrep image also exist on the RIS server, and that the target system must have the same hardware abstraction layer (HAL) as the system us= ed to create the image. By having the same HAL, that means that an image created on a single processor system cannot be installed onto a dual processor system. Since Windows 2000 does not support Alpha processors like NT 4.0, you won't have to worry about mixing up Intel (I386) and Alpha images.
While there are limitations to RIPrep, there are advantage= s to it over using RISetup to create images. Most notably, RIPrep allows an administrator to create a standard desktop image and then use RIS to deploy= it to new computers as they come in from an OEM. Additionally, reinstallation = of the operating system is much faster from an RIPrep image since the image is being applied as a copy operation to the target hard drive and not running though an actually Windows 2000 installation as would happen with a CD or <= span class=3DGramE>network-based RISetup image.
Creating images with RIPrep
Creating an image with RIPrep is a two-step process. First= , you install and configure a computer with Windows 2000 Professional and the specific applications and settings you want to include in the image. Second, you run RIPrep.exe from the RIS server. There is an important distinction to keep clear. The RIPrep.exe utility is located on the RIS server, but is = executed from the RIS client that the image is being created on. From the client, cl= ick Start->Run and type:
If you attempt to run RIPrep.exe from a non-Windows 2000 Professional system, you receive an error message stating that the utility = will only run on Windows 2000 Professional. When you do, however, run RIPrep fro= m a valid system, the Remote Installation Preparation Wizard starts as shown in figure 13.13.
Figure 13.13 The Remote Installation Preparation Wizar= d is started by executing RIPrep.exe from a Windows 2000 Professional client com= puter
Even though you ran RIPrep.exe from one RIS server, you do= not have to necessarily copy the image you are creating to that particular serv= er. Figure 13.14 shows the next step in creating an image with RIPrep, where you choose which RIS server to copy the image to.
Figure 13.14 If you have multiple RIS servers on your network, you can choose which server should receive the image
The next step in creating the RIS image is to supply the n= ame of the installation directory on the RIS server previously chosen. Typically, = you would type the name of an existing directory only if you were replacing an existing image. If this new image will not be replacing an existing image, = type in a new directory name as shown in figure 13.15 and click next.
Figure 13.15 Supply a directory name on the RIS server= for the Remote Installation Preparation Wizard to copy the image
In our example, the image is being created for a corporate= web developer environment. For that reason, we gave the directory a descriptive name such as webdev in order to identify the image it contains on the RIS server.
In figure 13.16 we see the next step in creating an image,= which is assigning a friendly name to the image and creating the help text. The friendly name is what displays in the list of available images during the Client Installation Wizard. The help text provides an additional descriptio= n to help the user identify the correct image to use when acting as a RIS client= . In our example RIS image for a web development system, we list the applications that will be installed on the system along with the Windows 2000 Profession= al operating system as part of the imaging process.
Figure 13.16 By assigning a friendly name and help tex= t, users can identify the correct image to use during the Client Installation Wizard
If you have any programs or services running that could interfere with the imaging process, Windows 2000 will warn you. Figure 13.17 lists a number of programs and services that were running on the RIS image source workstation at the time this example image was being created. Once y= ou have closed the programs and stopped the necessary services, click next.
Figure 13.17 The Remote Installation Preparation Wizard prompts you to close any programs and services that might interfere with the imaging process.
Before beginning the actual image creation, the wizard all= ows you to review your choices. Notice in figure 13.18 that the folder name is incorrect. Initially we had created a generic folder that we had intended to use for RIS images, only to later decide to create separate subfolders for = each image. By reviewing the settings we had configured, we were able to back up through the wizard and change the folder name from RISimages to w= ebdev before starting the actual image creation.
Figure 13.18 Before starting the actual image creation= , take a moment to review your settings and ensure they are correct.
The last step, as shown in figure 13.19, is an information dialog from the Remote Installation Preparation Wizard that describes the process that is about to occur. Once you understand what is about to happen= on your system, click next to continue. You can watch the RIPrep wizard image process taking place, which will be similar to that shown in figure 13.20.<= /p> Figure 13.19 The RIPrep wizard informs you of how the = image process will take place on your system before beginning
Figure 13.20 The RIPrep wizard displays the current st= atus of the image process, showing the completed, current, and pending tasks
images created by the RIPrep wizard are stored in the same subfolder as images created during RISetup. If you took the default settings when we examined the RISetup wizard earlier in this chapter, and are using = an English language version of Windows 2000 Server, your RIS directory structu= re will be as follows:
* = \RemoteInstall\Setup\English\Image= s\\i386\ -- This is the default image created during the RISetup wizard earlier. The= re are subdirectories underneath i386 for this CD-based installation image, fo= r system32, templates, and uniproc.
* = \RemoteInstall\Setup\English\Image= s\webdev\i386\ -- This is the image directory we just created for our webdev image. There = is a directory called Mirror1 that appears under i386 that does not appea= r in the subdirectories of a RISetup created image.
RIPrep Files
In addition to the directory structure created, it is impo= rtant to know what files are important to the RIPrep image. These files are as follows:
* = RIPrep.log -- This ASCII text file documents the Remote Installation Preparation Wizard image process, listing any errors and relevant information that might be of troubleshooting use to an administrator.
* = Bootcode.dat -- This file is located in the \Mirror1 subdirectory of the image's i386 folder, and contains the boot sector information for the client system.
* = Imirror.dat -- This file also is located in the \Mirror1 directory, and contains installation information about the image source computer, such as the installation directory and the HAL type.
It is

Dec 13, 2007 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Is PDC required to create trust between 2 AD 2003 forests.

1. Open Active Directory Domains And Trusts from Administrative Tools.
2. In the console tree pane, select and right-click the domain node for the forest root for which you want to create a trust.
3. Select Properties.
4. Select the Trusts tab in the Properties dialog box.
5. Click New Trust and click Next (skip the Welcome screen).
6. On the Trust Name page, enter the DNS name of the target domain for your trust (for our example, it is and click Next.
7. Select Forest Trust on the Trust Type page and click Next. (If the Forest Trust option is missing, you may have omitted one of the prerequisites. In that case, double-check the DNS Forwarders tab and the forest functional level of all the domains in both forests.)
8. Choose a direction for the trust relationship: Two-Way, One-Way Incoming, or One-Way Outgoing.
  • Two-Way: All users in both forests will be able to access all resources in both forests.
  • One-Way Incoming: All users in this forest will be able to access all resources in the other forest but not vice versa.
  • One-Way Outgoing: All users in the target forest will be able to access all resources in this forest but not vice versa.
After you’ve chosen, click Next.
    9. Resource access is still governed by permissions in the domain where the resource exists. The trust direction provides access to all resources where permissions allow access. Select the sides of the trust relationship: This Domain Only or Both This Domain And The Target Domain.
    • This Domain Only: Creates the trust relationship in this domain only; an administrator on the other end will have to complete the other trust.
    • Both This Domain And The Target Domain: Requires sufficient access in the remote domain and will allow you to complete the trust setup.
    10. Select the appropriate path, depending on the choices you made in the previous two steps.
    • If you chose Two-Way or One-Way Outgoing in step 8 and This Domain Only in step 9, you will need to select a trust authentication level. Domain-Wide Authentication will authenticate all users in the remote forest for all resources in the local forest. Choosing Selective Authentication will allow you to specify which users in the remote domain have access to local resources. Click Next. Enter a password for the trust and click Next.
    • If you chose One-Way Incoming in step 8 and This Domain Only in step 9, enter the password for the trust in the Trust Password and Confirm Password boxes. Click Next.
    • If you selected both domains (this domain and the selected domain) in step 9, a username and password box will appear to allow you to enter the username and password of an administrator account in the target forest. Click Next.
    11. On the next screen, verify all of your selections. When you click Next, the wizard creates the trust. Verify the settings of the new trust.
    12. Confirm the outgoing trust. Select Yes if you created both sides of the trust; select No if you did not.
    13. Click Finish in the Creating The Trust wizard.
    The new trust will appear on the Trusts tab in the Properties dialog box for the domain.

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