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Is it possible to get IE to recognize a different DNS zone?

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I have a new domain, domain.com, that is setup in DNS as a seperate zone, as its a different domain totally from the main Active Directory Domain.

I can bring up the website, but it shows as being Internet instead of being Local Intranet, is there something I need to change in DNS for it to recognize as local intranet?

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You have to tell IE that it is a local intranet site. Nothing in DNS can do that.

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Thanks Mark.
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