"Dusko Savatovic" <savatovic@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Hi JohnB,
> Windows traditionally maintain two name resolution systems:
> a) NetBIOS name resolution
> This is what you see as BD. NetBIOS has a single level name space. The
> names consist of 15 characters + 1 character that identifies service,
> unique or group type.
> b) DNS
> This is what you see as BD.local
> DNS has a hierarchical name space, like
> You may find more about mentioned name resolution systems on the Internet
> by using your prefered web search.
Doesn't this sounds like Windows 2000? IIRC, the dsfolders.dll was pulled
from 2003, XP and newer operating systems, which provided the ability to see
the AD DNS name in Network Neighborhood, unless someone got a hold of that
DLL and registered it into a newer OS.
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