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I currently have two separate 2003 Server AD domains at different locations on different subnets.  They are connected by a VPN tunnel.  I would like to be able to access all the systems by system name at either location.  How do I need to setup the DNS to be able to do so?
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you will need to have trusts setup between the two domains and load a DNS zone for each domain in the other
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and for VPN you will probably need a WINS server
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