Posted on 2013-11-12
I have a Windows 2012 internal domain. We use the internal DNS for our environment. Our internal and external Domain name is the same. (I know, bad idea, but it's been that for years and they didn't want to change)
The website is hosted externally by ipower.com
If you are outside the network everything works fine. If you are on the network, the picture pops up, without the text below.
I worked the problem, and was able to view on the server itself.
On the desktops, I was able to view the text if I take out the internal DNS and insert: 126.96.36.199 (Google DNS).
I tried to set the Internal DNS as second, but when I do that the internal server name is resolving to the external IP, no good due to exchange and file server.
Any idea on how to tell the DNS server to let the script through? I changed all the Internet option settings on the desktop without luck. Only thing I can think of is to manually put an entry in the host file, but that is a little funky.. Also added 188.8.131.52 as a forwarder on the DNS server, no good.
Any help would be appreciated..