Is your internal domain name and external domain name the same? If so, it's called a split zone.
This is a common dilemma resulting when the internal AD name and the external public names are the same. Users inside the office, including VPN users connected from an external location to the office, cannot get to their externally hosted website.
Author: SuperUser Account :: Sunday, November 25, 2007 6:08 PM
When making changes to your DNS zones, taking a file copy of your AD-integrated zones can be a useful thing to do. It not only provides a human-readable document of the state of the zone at the time of the change, but can also be used to recover a damaged or corrupt zone. This article describes how to backup the zone using the dnscmd.exe command line utility and provides some guidance on how the file might be used in a recovery scenario
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