In this article, we see about Trust relationship between two domains in Server 2016.
So, first we link both two domains in active directory and trust and Domain A and Domain B have administrators Rights. They can easily create One-way and Two Way Trust relationship.Before proceeding, you need to ensure that the networks/forest on both sides have access to each others DNS information! Otherwise, you will never succeed. DNS will contain all of the SVR records that the trusts will rely on. Typically, this is done by creating a domain forwarder between each DNS zone (e.g., DNS A will have a forwarder setup to DNS B in forest B and DNS B will have a forwarder to DNS A in forest A).
First open Server Manager and click Active Directory domains and trusts. this is Domain A.
1Right click Domain A and click properties

Click Trust and Click New Trust

3Click Next to New trust Wizard.
4Now enter the Domain name of B and click Next. Here We enter the DNS name has
5Select Trust Type and click Next.
6Select Transitivity Trust and click Next
7Select Direction of trust, here we select Two-way and click Next.
8Now enter the password for trust between two domains and Next.
9Now trust Selections Completed and click Next.
10Click Finish for completing the new trust wizard.

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  1. Excellent.
    Hello Radhakrishnan, I have a and a dcw2019.local, I have made a trust relationship between domains. Additionally, I have an exchange 2013 on the dc, when I enter a client to configure the outlook, it recognizes the user, but when it asks me for the user’s password to finish configuring, it does not validate the password well, you know what may be happening ?

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