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DNS Name resolution between two untrusted forests

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I am installing SCCM in two untrusted forests as part of a single sccm site. I have two forests one with internet connectivity (forest A) and the second without internet connectivity (Forest B)

sccm components installed in both forests use certificated and ad user accounts for communication and authentication.

to resolve names between two forests I can create conditional forwarders. but for security reasons I don't have an issue to create a conditional forwarder from Forest B to Forest A. but I do not want to create conditional forwarder from forest A which has internet connectivity to Forest B. but still be able to reach domain controlllers and sccm servers in the other forest.

without creating conditional forwarding is there a way to resolve names of only specific coomputers in the other forest. I don't want users in the forest that have internet access to resolve names of all servers in forest B. I need this only for a few servers.
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