Your network consists of many subnets distributed across the globe. You want to make a web server easily accessible from any location by using the same name. However, you want your users to be directed by DNS to a local web server. What feature of Windows Server 2016 would enable this?
Use DNS policies and DNS zone scopes to configure this behavior. You can create DNS client subnets and assign these subnets into DNS scopes. Next, you create DNS resource records in the zone scopes. Finally, you would use a DNS policy to determine which records are returned to a DNS client, based on the originating subnet.