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If I have a forward lookup zone on a DNS for the domain corp.intraorg how can I ensure URLs with this suffix are resolved by a remote DNS server 192.6.29.2 or 192.6.29.3?

I'm using Windows 2003 Server with DNS installed. There are no firewalls between the sites.
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you can use the forwarders tab and add a DNS domain with the domain name and ip of the DNS server that holds the zone for that domain.  

That way any client calling the FQDN host.corp.intraorg will automaticly be forwarded to the correct server for name resolution.

/Fox
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This solution was spot on! Many Thanks.
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