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Hi,

Could you please help me out to configure in Windows DNS.

systest.localdomain ---> server
staging.localdomain ---> server
dev.localdomain -----> server
dev-int.localdomain --> server

if we type systest.localdomain ( domain name ) it should resolve to one particular server.

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Suresh prasanna
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Create Alias (CNAME) records for each of those, pointing to "server"?

Presumably you already have a forward lookup zone for an internal domain?

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Thanks , it realy helped
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