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DNS records for TLS in OCS 2007 R2

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I have added two sip-domains in our AD/Communicatins Server 2007 R2 (SE)
Primary sip domain: (also the AD domain)
Secondary sip domain: (mail domain for users in is the internal servername for the OCS 2007 R2 (enabled with a real certificate from Thawte).

If enabling a user for Communicator with a username from eg. (SAM account) it works fine with automatic logons.
I've created a DNS record in the ""-zone for _sipinternaltls pointing to port 5061.

If enablig a user for Communicator with a username from it doesn't work with automatic logons. In the ""-zone i've created _sipinternaltls pointing to I've also tried creating a _sipinternal and just a _sip . But nothing seems to work.

But on the other hand - if I type the server name in the communicator client instead of using automatic logons - it works fine.

What should the DNS record look like for the secondary sip domain? ( so I can use it with automatic logons.

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