I have a quick question, which I am hoping to get a quick answer too.
This question is the first of a few to come.
My goal is to be able to RDP into my domain using <ts.mydomain.com>. Where currently I have to use and remember an IP address.
Background: I have a Windows 2003 Domain, with a ISA 2004 server box.
I would like to setup so if you use <ts.mydomain.com>, the traffic goes through my ISA 2004 Server box to a Terminal Server which is on my domain.
I currently do have an external IP, but would like my DNS to resolve this IP address to ts.mydomain.com.
I have done a bit of research into this and found that I have to add an A Record into my DNS server to be able to resolve this external IP for me.
Question: I would like to know how do I add and create an A Record to my DNS Server so it resolves my external IP to <ts.mydomain.com>
Can I ask for a step-by-step guide in how to do this.
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