windows 2003 Active directory

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Dear All, I newly installed windows 2003 server in my office. Following my details Active directory is running in server and dns and dhscp server. My domain name is xyz.com. I have internet website which is hosted in ISP called xyz.com. Now my problem after I installed the active directory as the same domain name I can not go to my company website. It is coming page cannot be find. In my network I have leased line am selecting in internet explorer properties connections button selected as auto detect. Now all other websites are working fine except my company website. If am using proxy server its opening the company website. Now my problem I want the users to get my company website without a proxy. Please help on this problem Bye
ASKED: November 2, 2006  3:04 AM
UPDATED: November 2, 2006  11:18 AM

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In your DNS you need to make an entry containing the host name www and the IP address of your web site. Once yo have done that, all internal traffic looking for the web site will then be forwarded to the proper address.

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    Tahnk you all i have solved that problem
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