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Why have Bonjour with DNS?

Question asked by webhog on Feb 21, 2014
Latest reply on Feb 23, 2014 by davidsan

I'm running FileMaker Server 13 on a Windows 2008 R2 server. The server name is in our DNS and every user just puts the server name in the Open Remote / Favorite Hosts. Everything works this way. I don't have to give the users an IP address and it's one less service I need to have running on the server. (That's why I'm posting this here. Performance).

So if I can't find a reason to have Bonjour installed on the server how do I get rid of the "Error The Bonjour service is either not installed or not running" message?

 

Thanks,

WH

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