Answer by Paul2009 · Jan 11 at 07:13 PM
It doesn't happen automatically, but if you've used the same login name to buy a domain from Squarespace and create a Squarespace website, it's really easy to connect the domain to your website.
Go to Settings > Domains and you should see the domain name available in the section entitled 'Managed by Squarespace'.
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Answer by EthanStark · 3 days ago
i Interflex, This scenario is called a Split Zone, where the name is the same internally and externally. As Jorge indicated, it requires a registry change, but it has to be done on all DCs. This is because it is altering the "same as parent" name in DNS. This record, which many refer to it as the 'blank domain entry' (where you don't need the 'www' in front of it), however, in AD, it's referred to as the LdapIpAddress. This record is used for DFS and GPOs. It's the record your client machines query for when the GetGpoList function runs to retrieve GPOs, among other things. You can get away with not altering the registry, but it would require installing IIS on each DC. Then in IIS, you can configure a redirect under the Default Website to point to www.abc.com. This is a quick way to handle it, but I don't condone or recommend IIS on a DC. The third option is to have your users simply live with using www, instead of altering anything on the DCs. I have more on it in my blog, which you can read at the link below. Split Zone or no Split Zone - Can't Access Internal Website with External Name http://msmvps.com/blogs/acefekay/archive/2009/09/04/split-zone-or-no-split-zone-can-t-access-internal-website-with-external-name.aspx I hope both my blog and Jorge's blog provides a greater understanding of what's going on in a same internal and external name domain name scenario.
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