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DNS Delegation in one domain not working in trusted domain

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I have a .local and a .com domain. The .local is winsrv 2008, the .com is winsrv 2012 R2. The domains are trusted and each DNS server has a forward lookup zone for the trusted domain that is populated.
The .com domain dns zone has a delegation for www with the external name servers for the externally hosted web site.
When logged on to the .com domain, www resolves correctly and I can access the company website.
When logged on to the .local domain, www resolves to the DNS server of the .com domain and I cannot access the website.
Any ideas how to fix this?
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Will Szymkowski earned 2000 total points
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You need to have delegation for both domains .local and .com. What type of trust to you have between the domains? Are the domains single forest root domains with a transitive two-way trust between them?

You could also use stub zones as well which could resolve your issue.

Understanding Trusts - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771568.aspx


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