How to set the primary DNS suffix on Windows 2000

The Windows "Primary DNS suffix" is by default used for resolving unqualified domain names.

In the Windows Control Panel, double-click the "System" icon:

In the "System Properties" dialog, select the "Network Identification" tab and click the "Properties" button:

In the "Identification Changes" dialog, click the "More..." button:

Enter the Primary DNS suffix:

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