Why can't I ping the netbios name of a pc that is not part of my local domain? It is a workgroup remote pc that is connected via a WAN link. It is pointed to my local DNS server and that doesn't seem to help.
You'll need a host record (A record,.. same thing) on your DNS server. By saying it's pointed to your local DNS server, it sounds like the remote pc has your internal DNS server set as a primary or secondary
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Start the SARDU utility:
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