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Searching Domain problem

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In RedHat 9.0, how to configure to search our local domain or website name before the outer site or in other way, after configuring my local domain (website) in intranet, it first goes to internet to search it, how solve this problem

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Sorry, but I must misunderstand, I do not hear a problem here.

One thing you can do is to not have your users to append the domain to the servers being accessed.  This is the default, of searching your domain first. If they add domain, it'll probably search first for server.domain.domain, which should be needless waste of time.  Depending on needs, you could manage your own dns server(s).
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