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Trust relationship failed - 23.Apr.2002 5:50:00 AM   
tadams

 

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I get the following error when I'm trying to edit my access policies. Error 0x800706fc. The trust relationship between the primary domain and the trusted domain failed.

A chap called Nasir on the messageboard had the same problem a few weeks ago but no resolution was found.

I have recreated my trusts to no effect. Everything else that relies on trusts on my server is working fine, only ISA seems to have a problem.
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RE: Trust relationship failed - 23.Apr.2002 6:55:00 PM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Tim,

1. What are the DNS settings on the interfaces of the ISA Server?

2. Did you run the dreaded security Wizard?

Thanks!

Tom

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RE: Trust relationship failed - 23.Apr.2002 11:24:00 PM   
jgisler

 

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for trusts make sure port 135 is still accessible from whatever side your trust is on.

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RE: Trust relationship failed - 17.Oct.2003 6:22:00 PM   
RWalker

 

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"I get the following error when I'm trying to edit my access policies. Error 0x800706fc. The trust relationship between the primary domain and the trusted domain failed.
"
I had exactly the same problem as this. My solution was to modify the following Group Policy for the DC on the trusted internal domain:
"Additional restrictions for anonymous connections" was changed FROM "No access without explicit anonymous permissions" TO "Do not allow enumeration of SAM accounts and shares"

This is the same as changing RestrictAnonymous from "2" to "1"

At the moment, my ISA domain is a native 2000 domain, whilst the trusted internal domain is in mixed mode (still migrating from NT). I'll try changing RestrictAnonymous back to 2 when both are native mode domains.

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