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Mac TCP DNR and TCP/IP in Sys 7.6

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Why does the MacTCP DNR file continue to appear in my system folder even after I have stopped using MacTCP, and have switched to TCP/IP with my upgrade to System 7.6?  Why didn't Apple replace MacTCP DNR with something new to avoid confusion?
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Because MacTCP DNR is  used even with Open Transport to store current domain name and hosts dclared in System:hosts file at every startup. Check modification date : it is your last startup.
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