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You do not need to create a trust between AD domains to manage them with an Adaxes service. When registering an AD domain, an account with administrative permissions is specified. All operations performed via the Adaxes service in this AD domain are executed using this account. To control the user access to the managed resources, the Adaxes service uses Security Roles.

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