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I have a website of my company which was on our web server which is placed in our company

that webserver was joined to our domain

we have DC , and other file servers.

one day our web server crashed, it was windows 2000 , it cannot be brought online as all hard drives have crashed.

 i had back up of website , so i got it hosted with network solutions.

but now when the same site is online to the world , from our office behind our firewall we cannot open the site as soon as we step out we can open.

is there anything to be removed from our DC , from forward look up zone

so that we can open from inside of our office.
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It sounds like a dns Issue,

If you ping the webaddress outside the office, and inside the results should be the same,  

if not you will need to look at the internal DNS servers and change the A record to point to the new hosting.
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