Long story short. We bought a company that has their own domain with Active Directory. We have setup a computer in order for the other company's sites to login to our HR server to log their time for payroll. Now, I need to add a computer on their domain into our DNS records so that we can talk to it.
We don't have any DNS zones setup to them either. I need to get this done ASAP and I'm running on fumes as it is. Please HELP!?!?!?!!!!!
example. our IP range is 10.2.x.x theirs is: 192.168.30.x
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