We have Active Directory 2003 with Dynamic DNS. We used to host our website on a server at our site (with the same site name as the domain name) We have since moved the site to be hosted out of house. Now, when people on Windows XP try to type in the website, it doesn't resolve and there doesn't seem to be anything in DNS that will enable a site to resolve to an outside IP address. Is there something I can put in the logon script that will enable people to type in the web address and have it resolve to the real outside website? (Funny thing is, Windows 2000 boxes don't have this problem, only XP boxes)
We have tried putting in external DNS numbers into the DNS settings on the XP boxes, but that just makes the connection to the domain not work as well. Is there something we can put in the logon script that everybody uses to make the site work from inside the building?