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Message Posted: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 @ 13:28:19 GMT
The names are stores in the registry under the key:
(The version number part may be different depending on what version you are running)
The Name/Data pairs to look for are:
DBCName and UserName
Each of these is a comma delimited list of names
If you remove a DBCName make sure you remove the corresponding UserName. It will not blow up if you don't but the displayed values may be incorrect.
As far as DNS resolution goes the names are resolved by CLI, not by PMON. PMON simply passes the logon string to CLI ... Which does the rest. I'm not an expert on CLI but I thought it first looked in your hosts file and then used standard DNS name resolution if it is not in the hosts file. (Exactly what that process is would probably depend on your network setup.) PMON caches only the unresolved names - never IP addresses.
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