I have a small network ( 1 windows 2012 server, 3 workstations). The server is running as a Domain Controller with DNS and DHCP enabled. All the workstations are connected to the domain and can access and ping the server, but they cannot connect to the internet. The server is configured with its address, plus the 2 outside addresses for DNS. The workstations have the server address as the DNS. IF i change the workstations DNS to the outside addresses for DNS Servers, they can get to the internet. I am not sure what is not configured right. I have a similar network setup with a windows 2003/2008 server and i have it configured the same and it works fine. Not sure what has changed in 2012. I have found some suggestions to configure a forward to the external DNS servers but i haven't tried that yet. Anyone got any ideas?