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Microsoft AD DNS Issue

I have a new domain I setup for a client and I used their FQDN as their internal domain.  Now I have an issue with DNS.  Their website is hosted externally.  They can't resolve the site internally.  I put an alias record with the external ip in for www.  As long as they use a preceding www they can resolve the site, however this is not the ideal solution.  Is there any other way to have http://theirwebsite.com accessible from inside without re-configuring AD?  
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brothermang
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brothermangAuthor Commented:
how do i find out the authoritative server for the site?
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Darius GhassemCommented:
How many DCs do you have?
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brothermangAuthor Commented:
only 1
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Darius GhassemCommented:
Then that is your authoritative server
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brothermangAuthor Commented:
i got it to work,, dariusg you the man!!!!
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Darius GhassemCommented:
I'm glad you go it working! Thanks!
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