DNS- server 2008

Hi all,
I  have an windows SBS2008r2 working as a dns.
I am looking for a wat to configure a CNAME record that will take each of the customer DNS names (“cdnlive.goprimetime.info” and “cdn.goprimetime.info”) and point them to “wpc.19C73.rhocdn.net”.
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as long as those subomains do not need email functionality

Where are you looking to make this change?
This change has two dependencies. one deals with DNS pointing to where you want it to go. The other is configuring the other side when a request for cdnlive.goprimetime.info or cdn.goprimetime.info is received to display the same information as if the request was for wpc.19C73.rhocdn.net.
The second step deals with configuring the web server with server aliases (host headers)
Presumably this is where your attempt breaks down.

The issue is also that wpc.19C73.rhocdn.net is a CNAME record itself of gs1.wpc.v2cdn.net.

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