Windows 10 resolving host

Windows 10 resolving host

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Just a note. When I delete PC2 and re-add it in PDQ, the initial screen “ticks” the host-name, proving that it resolves it correctly. However, there is no heartbeat or scan after that. On “remote” PCs, the firewall is fine and “open” (or off for testing purposes) – connectivity is fine. Tools—>RDP and Event Viewer function fine when managing with PDQ Inventory, but tools—>manage with MMC does not. (Once you connect the hostname/IP to the local hosts, everything starts working.) Running compmgmt.msc and then manually connecting to the remote device by name also works. So I don’t believe it’s a “minor” issue.) nbtstat -r displays hosts that are resolving as broadcast correctly. I’m completely perplexed as to why it’s come to a halt.
If you’re only using external DNS, this can never work; external DNS will never know internal names; the fact that it did is voodoo, or you had or have host files configured; DNS won’t work with only external DNS or without hosts entries in either case.
IP addresses, on the other hand, would work.
I’m not sure why you’re not using the router as DNS instead of external on the clients; doing so adds confusion and adds no benefit, because clients need to see and communicate with one another, which is the source of your issue.
DNS is critical to how clients communicate with one another, and it’s even more important when AD is involved; it’s the connection infrastructure.

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To try to reproduce the problem and run the scan mentioned in post #20, I’ve left Mawarebytes Premium completely active for the past two days, and the problem has not resurfaced, despite my using the computer as usual, which would usually cause the problem to resurface.
Do not attempt to delete something from the registry. If you are unfamiliar with the registry and what is safe to delete or alter, it may damage your system and cause a slew of problems.

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To try to reproduce the problem and run the scan mentioned in post #20, I’ve left Mawarebytes Premium completely active for the past two days, and the problem has not resurfaced, despite my using the computer as usual, which would usually cause the problem to resurface.
I tried to run the Support Tool / Advanced / Gather logs on two different occasions when the problem was present, and the result was the same – it gets through ‘Collect Logs’ (slowly) and then hangs at the Run FRST level (I left it running for 5 hours while I was out this morning).

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I’m interested to see how this plays out. I’m no tech expert, but shutting off any of the software’s security doesn’t seem like a feasible option to me. What’s the point of using it if half of it is turned off?
I’m interested to see how this plays out. I’m no tech expert, but shutting off any of the software’s security doesn’t seem like a feasible option to me. What’s the point of using it if half of it is turned off?
For the entire time I was waiting for this issue to occur, my ransomware security was turned off. I’ll test with web security disabled, but given the nature of the issue, it may take anywhere from 1 to 2 weeks, with the potential of taking much longer if component changes are released to beta or stable channels.
I tested with both ransomware and web security turned off, and it turns out that the issue didn’t take long to manifest. Much like the last time a definition update triggered pending file operations, slow DNS resolution manifested itself on the next boot, but this time it was slightly less serious thanks to the fact that site security was turned off. With the problem still present, I disabled MB start with Windows, rebooted, and used the support tool to collect logs.

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Okay, so my machine has been royally pissing me off in the worst way imaginable for about a week. My laptop is a veritable Porsche in terms of efficiency. 32 GB RAM… 1TB SSD… Intel i7 Processor… It isn’t brand new, but it is a top-of-the-line device, and I take better care of my laptop than I do of my own body (well, maybe). Let me clarify why I met my match today with a “Resolving Host” question.
Our internet connection at home is extremely fast. Anything happens in a flash. I’m not one of those naive users who installs spyware, malware, and potentially unwanted programs only because they can. I understand how malware operates (heck, I even reverse engineer it in my spare time using IDA PRO and gdb). I’m not a new or inexperienced person. What I select is something I pay attention to.
But here’s the thing: my machine has been slow for the past month or so, and I’ve never taken the time to find out why. To be more specific, it wasn’t the machine that was the issue, but rather my browsers.
Now, before I get into my problem and how I solved it, you should know a little about me. In college, I worked at the Help Desk, and my first job was at IBM, where I did Tier 2 and Tier 3 technical support. I’m familiar with how things work.

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