We resent had a MS Sharepoint Risk Assesment done and one of thre many items that was pointed out was the fact all of our sites are in the "Default" zone which is how sharepoint was setup when i started.
Both internal and external users access our small sharepoint site using the same URL. I have been asked to break us our sites into two seperate zone but still use the same name. Also all sites use SSL
1) Should I create a new AAM or extend or existing site? I have read that some users have extended their sites to do something similar.
2) Any problems DNS / routing wise having the name URL name for internal and external users?
3) Also our sharepoint environment has three sites one main site and two other which are referenced with in the main site. How would changing the AAM affect accessing these sites?
Any other suggestions on what i should look out for since I have not done this before and looking for some advise from those who are more skilled than I in sharepoint
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