Primary DNS suffix devolution
Specifies if the DNS client performs Primary DNS suffix devolution devolution during the name resolution process.
With devolution, a DNS client creates queries by appending a single-
The DNS client appends DNS suffixes to the single-
If a global suffix search list is not configured, and the Append primary and connection specific DNS suffixes radio button is selected, the DNS client appends the following names to a single-
The Primary DNS suffix devolution, as specified on the Computer Name tab of the System control panel.
For example, when a user submits a query for a single-
If a DNS suffix search list is not specified, the DNS client attaches the Primary DNS suffix devolution to a single-
For example, if the Primary DNS suffix devolution ooo.aaa.microsoft.com is attached to the non-
If you enable this policy setting, or if you do not configure this policy setting, DNS clients attempt to resolve single-
If you disable this policy setting, DNS clients do not attempt to resolve names that are concatenations of the single-
At least Windows Server 2003 operating systems or Windows XP Professional
Not Configured -
User Interface can be found in the Group Policy.
Please navigate to Computer Configuration -