LMHOSTS is a static table that resolves a host name to an IP address. You can check to see if you have a WINS server configured in the TCP/IP settings of the machine. If so, you should not need an LMHOSTS unless someone is having a problem with getting a specific server registered.
web - lmhost and testing websites locally - Stack Overflow The first thing I thought of was lmhost file, but I releasise I cant map to the sub directories, just the IP addresses. Below is what I tried to do in the host file in Windows7, it didnt work, it just directed me to 127.0.0.1 when I entered mywebsite2.test. HOST FILE - AKA LMHOST. LMHOSTS - Windows NT TCP/IP Network Administration [Book] LMHOSTS file being ignored? | The Helper Oct 14, 2005 Enable LMHOSTS Lookup is Unchecking Itself on the WINS
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