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6.1.6.7 Essential Attributes of a Trusted Domain Object

TDOs are stored in the System container, with a CN representing the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) (2) of the trusted domain. For example, if a.example.com trusts b.example.com, an object would be created in the System container with a CN of b.example.com. The System container can be found by using the function GetWellknownObject( NC, default NC, GUID_SYSTEM_CONTAINER_W). For more information, see section 3.1.1.1.

The contents of TDOs are described by the trustedDomain schema object [MS-ADSC]. The following table details those attributes that are essential to a well-functioning interdomain trust, with links to specific sections detailing their relevance and format when these attributes are present.

Attribute name

Reference

flatName

MS-ADA1

isCriticalSystemObject

MS-ADA1

msDS-SupportedEncryptionTypes

MS-ADA2,

MS-ADTS section 6.1.6.9.1

msDS-TrustForestTrustInfo

MS-ADA2,

MS-ADTS section 6.1.6.9.3

nTSecurityDescriptor

MS-ADA3

objectCategory

MS-ADA3

objectClass

MS-ADA3

securityIdentifier

MS-ADA3

trustAttributes

MS-ADA3

trustAuthIncoming

MS-ADA3,

MS-ADTS section 6.1.6.9.1

trustAuthOutgoing

MS-ADA3,

MS-ADTS section 6.1.6.9.1

trustDirection

MS-ADA3

trustPartner

MS-ADA3

trustPosixOffset

MS-ADA3,

MS-ADTS section 6.1.6.9.4

trustType

MS-ADA3

 
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