I'm in the process of building a training environment in Azure. I'm having some problems with DNS. A basic overview of the environment is as follows
Infrastructure: 1 x Classic Virtual Machine hosting Active Directory Domain Services and the Server side of an application. 1 x RemoteApp Collection with a published client application that connects to a service on the Virtual Machine. 1 x Azure Active Directory
The domain name for the Virtual Machine hosted Active Directory domain is backend.company.com.au and the domain name for the Azure Active Directory is training.company.com.au. Azure ADConnect is running to sync the on-premises accounts to Azure AD. I'm doing this because the RemoteApp configuration I've chosen requires the users have been dirsynced.
The Virtual Machine Server is setting up and connected to the Active Directory Domain backend.company.com.au. It's internal name is server.backend.company.com.au
The Azure RemoteApp is connected to the Azure AD domain training.company.com.au (which has Domain Services enabled)
Overview: Users connect to a client application published by Azure RemoteApp. The client application has been configured to connect to the server using a specific external DNS address - "server.training.company.com.au". The address is fully resolvable in external DNS and the DNS record is hosted by another DNS provider.
The problem I'm running into is that the DNS server the RemoteApp is connecting to doesn't have a record for "server.training.company.com.au" so it fails to connect.
I've found the SOA for the domain is an internal Azure hosted DNS server - it's been automatically assigned the IP address of "10.0.0.6". I've determined this by publishing CMD as a remote app, running "nslookup" then "set querytype=soa" followed by "training.company.com.au".
The Virtual Network has 3 DNS servers set via the new portal (in order): 10.0.0.6, 22.214.171.124, 10.0.0.7, 126.96.36.199. If I reorder this so 188.8.131.52 is first then RemoteApp breaks and throws up an error like "Your Azure RemoteApp collection might have issues because of ADUnAvailable. Fix the problem as appropriate." - trying to connect to a RemoteApp while this error is showing gives me the error "Your computer can't connect to the Azure RemoteApp Gateway"
I'm guessing what I need to do is add a DNS record on this internal azure hosted DNS server (10.0.0.6) but I'm not sure how. I can't connect to the server using the RSAT DNS client as it throws up bad credentials. Do I need to use Powershell?
The client can connect to the server if I use local IP addresses but this won't look as good as using DNS.
What other solutions are there?
I'm sure there's a simple solution but it has me stumped.
Thanks all in advance!!