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accepted How to find out how DNS is resolved on client computer?
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comment How to find out how DNS is resolved on client computer?
@madalinivascu host file checked.
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comment How to find out how DNS is resolved on client computer?
FQDN is the same behaviour. Ok, then why only that particular Windows client can ping and the other clients in the LAN cannot? Can I have some search keywords to find out how to check WINS/NETBIOS records in the Windows Server environment, please?
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comment How to find out how DNS is resolved on client computer?
How about accessing with http://MYSTERY through the web browser? Is it DNS?
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comment I accidentally dropped my MySQL database in PhpMyAdmin, is there a possibility to recover my database?
If you installed MySQL standalone, you can find the data file in C:\ProgramData, a hidden folder on Windows 7. I also don't remember setting up shadow copy, but I have it turned on, fortunately!