CentOS 7 dhcp + custom ‘search domain’

I’m running CentOS 7 on my workstation these days, like it a lot.
At work our dhcp setup dns search for the domain containing our windows hosts but the Unix and Linux hosts I work with are in an other domain.
In the network manager gui in gnome3 I can’t seem to figure out where to add this second search domain, so I’ve been adding it manually to resolv.conf after each boot …

Got tired of that so i added:

DOMAIN='myDomain.no'

in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eno1 and did a

systemctl restart network.service

problem solved.

thnx superuser.com

UPDATE 30th october 2015:
This does not work at all at my workstation at my new job.
I’m not using NetworkManager any more, not sure if that’s the reason though.

By setting SEARCH in /etc/sysconfig/network instead things got a lot better:

# /etc/sysconfig/network
SEARCH='example.com sub.example.com'

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