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Internal DNS for ADFS

Hello
I've set up ADFS and WAP successfully.  I'm able to access the sts.domain.com proxy website using the DNS entry in the externally hosted DNS.  Our internal domain and DNS is setup as corp.domain.com.  What entry do I need to put into DNS to have internal clients access the ADFS server without going through the proxy?  I only have one zone in DNS, corp.domain.com.  I experimented with creating a new zone, domain.com to add the internal entry, it broke externally hosted websites and DNS entries because they weren't in the internal DNS.  
Thanks,
Charlie
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Charlie Gonzales
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footechCommented:
You just need to create a new zone for sts.domain.com, and in that create an A record with a blank name (after creation it will show as "same as parent") and point it to the IP of your internal ADFS.
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footechCommented:
Auto-closing with correct info.
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