We are looking to begin using Android and iOS devices on our network to access various internal websites. It appears that the only way to access these sites is to specify the FQDN as the address as it does not appear to be able to get the DNS suffix as Windows machines do. Is there anyway around this as we want our users to be able to simply type http://servername instead of the FQDN if possible
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