My company has a website with the domain name of acme.com. It also used acme.com as the AD domain name. External DNS is set up properly. Internal DNS has to resolve to the DC, for obvious reasons.
As we know, visitors to acme.com from outside our network get the website and visitors to acme.com from within our network hit the domain controller, for obvious reasons.
I am familiar with the usual answers found here and here that state it goes against best practice to use the same name for DNS and AD domains and to either 1) migrant my AD domain to another name or 2) use http redirection via IIS on each of the DCs in my forest.
So, I created the following SRV record but it does not seem to work:
_http._tcp.acme.com. 86400 IN SRV 0 100 80 www.acme.com.
Is it even possible to "redirect" internal http requests from acme.com to www.acme.com using only a SRV record?