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Posted on 2004-10-20
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I searched on this topic but I had no luck...

My situation.
New Server setup as DC as ABC.COM with a second Exchange Server
DNS Setup with external ISP's DNS to do lookups.

User logs into workstation and everything is fine.
All websites work EXCEPT ABC.COM.
Our ABC.COM is hosted by a Outsourced company.

Correct me if I am wrong but since this Machine is desginated as ABC.COM it tries to look at itself as the website??

I've done alot of searching but I can't find a fix for this.  Do i have to manually update the DNS on the outsourced webserver?


Thanks a million.
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since you're using AD, you must have an internal DNS server for the abc.com domain - you need to add a host record in there for www, with the external ip address of the server
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