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To name AD domain company.tdl instead company.local

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I need to name an AD domain.
I have registered company.tdl.

DNS records are hosted online at DynDNS, and I use that service to point to various resources by static hostname / dynamic IP.

Can I safely and practically use company.tdl as a name for domain, taken that the web server is not located on the company network, and that I will create ALIAS records for www, ftp, terminal, service, etc.

The network diagram is attached.

Thank you!







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This is a clarified question for an earlier post.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/File_Servers/Active_Directory/Q_24376734.html

However, the confusion is still here, so I am asking further to learn how to do this.
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Yes indeed - no problem !
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Finally something. :)

Thank you!
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