First time posting a question so please let me know of any advice.
So I have IIS running on an Azure VM.
There is an internal DNS entry within my network which points to the IP address of the server, as it should. I ping and use NSLookup on the domain name and it responds as expected. I use the domain name on the server itself and it resolves to the website. I use the IP address in the browser of the remote computer and it also resolves to the website. However, when I try to use the domain name on an remote computer it states "Network Error (dns_unresolved_hostname) Your requested host could not be resolved by DNS." It seems like the dns was set up correctly. I have no idea where to start troubleshooting.
When I checked Fiddler it gave error 404. Does this mean that the issue is within IIS itself? Why does it say there's a problem with the DNS? Do I have to "allow" the VM to accept request coming from that domain name? Does binding have something to do with this (Although I did try to add the domain to the IIS Site Binding)?
Any suggestion would help as I've tried scouring the internet for days on a solution.
Edit: Also one thing I forgot to mention is that domain also works on the remote computer when I use RDP and as well as other programs such as FileMaker (This is for a FileMaker Server).
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