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When I do "nslookup or ping mydomain.local" in my local site the domain controller of the remote site responds not the dc of my local/current site.

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When I do "nslookup or ping mydomain.local" in my local site the domain controller of the remote site responds not the dc of my local/current site. But I know that the local dc is working. The local DCs should respond first before the other DCs at the remote site. How can I fix this issue in Windows Server 2003 environment?

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