IpConfig/LLMNR Registry Key
You can access the JNIOR using the unit's Hostname. The process required to
convert the text name into the IP address needed to locate the JNIOR on the
network is called Name Resolution . A computer might utilize a local DNS
server or attempt a NetBIOS name query to do this. An alternative is
Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution (LLMNR). This has not been adopted as
an IETF standard. The JNIOR is capable of performing LLMNR and the feature
can be enabled by this Registry key.
LLMNR is disabled by default as some systems currently consider it unsafe.
When attempting to resolve a name it may be possible for a malicious system
to offer an incorrect IP address and thereby intercept communications. At
that point a login might be requested and your credentials stolen.
HELP Topics: NBTSTAT