I am using VPN to connect to domain A from a workstation residing on domain B. When the VPN connection is established, the workstation can access the DNS records on domain A, but cannot access DNS records on its parent domain B.
How can I make the domain B DNS zone available? What do I need to configure at domain A DC?
The VPN needs to be set up to allow a split tunnell, in order for you to do this.
There is a secuirty risk, as you have a door open to your VPN for an attacker via the Internet
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Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by the Client.
Reason 442: Failed to enable Virtual Adapter.
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