I am setting up a Windows Server machine that will be the Domain controller for my internal network with DNS/Active directory etc. I have run a server like this before but I have never actually set one up. The tricky part is that I have our website hosted on the outside at example.com. I want the internal domain to be example.com as well. How do I configure the Zone to work this way? i.e. - www.example.com still goes to the outside web server but intranet.example.com goes to an inside web server. I have seen it done before but am unsure how to set it up. Is there any tutorials out there for something like this?
Check this site out - learnwindows2003.com They have a ton of tutorials on DCPromo, DNS, etc. They are a subscription service but it's pretty cheap compared to what you get. I just went there, typed "DNS" into their search page and got back a bunch of video tutorials you can download
[edited by: bill at 1:37 am (utc) on Dec. 23, 2005] [edit reason] We're not fond of links out to 3rd party paid services. I'll leave this ref. for now. [/edit]