I am enquiring if it is possible with windows 2003 dns to have a alias set up so that all requestst to *.sub.domain.org will go directly to this server no matter what is typed before > sub. The host headers of the IIS server will do the rest.
e.g abc.sub.domain.org and def.domain.org will resolve to the same address without having to set up the dns for each one manually?
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