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Updating the hosts file in windows vista

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I'm having a different problem after recenty security (pre-SP1) updates... Vista connectivity is really shitty (dropping the connection etc.) - but that's different story I'm seeing an even odder problem, relating to the hosts file.On Windows Vista the hosts file has a higher level of default security than earlier versions of Windows and it cannot be edited by a regular user unless the permissions are changed, or you run your text editor as administrator.Then, saving the HOSTS file over the original can be performed without having to verify your admin credentials.If you still can't save to the HOSTS file location, you probably don't have the correct permissions to be editing files in that folder.This post looks at how to edit the hosts file on Windows Vista using notepad.The hosts file contains a list of IP address to hostname mappings and can be useful especially for web developers if they need to point a hostname to a specific IP address while developing or testing a website, without having to change settings on a DNS server.more info here shortcut [screenshot] In the next dialog box click Browse and navigate to: Windows\System32\drivers\etc Click Ok and in the next dialog box name the shortcut (example) Update Hosts In the future when you wish to update the HOSTS file, download the "hosts.zip", extract the included files and right-click on the included updated HOSTS file and select: Send To Note: this will overwrite (delete) the existing file, so if you have any custom entries in the file I would suggest copying these prior to updating the file.

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The HOSTS file is the virtual equivalent of the phone company's directory assistance.

However I have come up with a fairly simple solution ... [or] You can Update the HOSTS file via "Elevated" Command Prompt [or] You can use one of the Related Utilities specifically designed for this purpose ...

[or] You can right-click on the included "mvps.bat" and select "Run as Administrator" ...

That's it, this will allow you to edit the file in place in notepad and open the hosts file automatically. Thanks for the link to the MS page too, would've looked forever without that!

Really annoying, even if you log into an administrator account you have to run Notepad explicitly as administrator. Tight security is good and all, but that's just annoying.