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My Exchange 2010 owa path https://srv2.xyz.com/owa not accessible from the branch office without ip address . https://192.168.20.60/owa will repond from the remote VPN sites .
Head office – 192.168.20.0/24  Exchnage server  - 192.168.20.60 ADDNS-xyz.com
Branch 1 – 192.168.60.0/24   - separate AD domain xyz.local
Branch 2 – 192.168.30.0 –workgroup
 I have add A record pointing to  srv2.xyz.com head office and working fine . currently my new server not in live for public access . public access I can open the port 443 in my router  will resolve as mentioned one of the expert-exchange user .
My question is my all branch users(data Ip VPN users ) will it be possible to access the mail server in head office  style entering the https://srv2.xyz.com/owa.  To do so  what changes needs to be made . I hope we need to do something in the  each router in the branch or can I go with port 443 as public user  ?
Just I am thinking of going with all the braches outlook any ware  as a client option except few users .
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Sounds like DNS is not resolving to the correct IP address from VPN location.
If srv2.xyz.com is resolving to 192.168.20.60 from remote VPN computer and works via IP then it will work using url.  Check the IP address it is resolving to at command line.
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srv2.xyz.com Ad/dns is xyz.com 192.168.20.8  and it has A record pointing to that . that is worling 192.168.20.0 network .

issue on the branch netwotk does not have have any record pointing to srv2.xyz.com in their local dns servers. for an exsample branch1 which is 192.168.60.0 /24 network with dns server 192.168.60.8 .
do i have to enter A record point to  exchange server  srv2.xyz.com 192.168.20.16  or any forwader to gointo  192.168.20.8 ?

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