I am in the process of migrating our domain to a new forest (company merger). I have almost everything migrated from www.example.com to www.txt.company.local. Even though I have most of the migration finished (all workstations and 90% of servers), I am going to have to keep the trust active until we can physically migrate our Exchange servers from our location to corporate. Since the trust is still active, I am still using www.example.com‘s DNS server. I need to move over to using www.txt.company.local’s DNS server. My question is, how do I keep alive the CNAME alias’s I have created on the old DNS server? For example, I have an CName for www on the old domain. If I put in a CNAME on the new DNS for www, it automatically fills out the FQDN as www.txt.company.local. I need this to be www.example.com. Is this where I’d use a DNAME? Do I need to create a new zone with the old domain on it?
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