D-SRV address in the HOSTS file
I'm reviewing my imaging document with our new testlab ES. In order for our servers to communicate with WSUS, Symantec, and NetBackup servers, we have to include some values in C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts.txt.
I see the loopback address 127.0.0.1 entered for the A-SRV, and a private 10.x address entered for the D-SRV. All the other entries are for utility and manager servers.
- Does anyone know why the A-SRV and D-SRV addresses are entered this way in the testlab ES host file?