PWS and windows 98 and visual interdev

I installed PWS 4.0 on my machine running windows 98 but when I go into Visual Interdev and select New Web Project it brings up a form with a combobox that asks What server do you want to use? and nothing is there.  Shouldn't pws be listed there?  If not what should be?
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The server name is the hostname for your computer, if you have one. In Start->Settings->ControlPanel->Network, you should have a TCP/IP component. Highlight the TCP/IP component and select properties. Go to DNS Configuration. You will see a "Host:" field - that is your server name.

You can also use localhost as the server name, since it is always defined as the local machine.

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I went into the answer, because I ahve the same error, what if when I go to the DNS tab, the "disble DNS" option button is selected, and if I select "Enable DNS", all the fields are blank???
If you want to leave DNS disabled, you can use localhost. If you want to enable it, just make up a hostname for your machine and a domain name (
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