Hi Mike Rodrick.
I was watching the episode you did, MCSA Windows Server 2016 - 70-742, "Active Directory Trusts". Nice job.
I have a question. In my home lab, I was trying to replicate your domain setup. I created a parent domain, then I created a child domain. With the default transitive trusts, I tested this out by creating a shared folder on both the parent and child domain servers. With user accounts I created, I was able to access and write to these shared folders.
As you mentioned in your show, on the parent domain - Domain Controller, in Active Directory Domains and Trusts, I right-clicked on my parent domain > properties, then clicked the "Trusts" tab.
Under the column "Domain Name", in each section (outgoing and incoming trusts), I see my child domain.
My question is, how come I can't remove the child domain from either section? When I select the child domain, the "Remove" button is greyed out. I confirmed the user account that I'm logging into the domain controllers is a member of the "Domain Admin" and "Enterprise Admin" groups.
I want to make it a 1-way trust. Doesn't really matter which direction at the moment, as this is just a test lab. But I would like to know for my real life job when the time comes.
Am I missing a step?