Your users will ALWAYS authenticate to whichever DC for
that domain responds first no matter where the DC is
4.0 domain to a>-----Original Message-----
>We have recently begun our migration from a Windows NTincludes 3>Windows 2003 domain. We have set up with one forest thatCanada and one in>separate domains. There is one domain in the US, one indomain in each country.>Europe. We are putting a domain controller for eachEuropean domain in>By this I mean there will be a domain controller for thelocation their logon>Canada and the US so that when user travel to thesethe US.>will be much faster. The same rule applies to Canada and4.0 domain in>
>Until 2 days ago there was a two way trust between the NTlooking in the>Europe and the NT 4.0 domain in Canada.
>Recently the administrator in Europe has noticed whileCanada appear to be>netlogon.log file that some (30 or so) of the PCs fromare two sites in>authenticating on the domain controller in Europe. Theresite has 1 domain>Canada, one site has 2 domain controllers and the otherhappening?>controller.
>Can anyone shed any light as to why this would be>