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How do I specify DNS servers to be used for DNS resolution in Webtrends?

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Webtrends Analytics 8.x
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Introduction
By default when the profile DNS resolution is set to "resolve mode" the product will use the DNS servers specified within the TCP/IP properties of the system. To bypass the DNS servers set in the network properties and to specify alternate DNS servers, follow the procedures below: 
Next Steps
1. Within the Webtrends installation directory, locate the following file: .\wtm_wtx\wtm_wtx.ini 
2. Open the file in a text editor, such as Notepad, and find or add the following line under the [defaults] section, which specifies the IP addresses of the servers used for resolving IP addresses: dnsserver1 = 192.1.1.1 [where 192.1.1.1 is the correct DNS server IP address] 
3. Multiple DNS servers can be added by incrementing the value of [n]: dnsserver[n] = For example: dnsserver1 = 192.1.1.1 dnsserver2 = 192.2.2.2 
4. Save the changes and close the file. 
5. Restart the Webtrends services in order for the change to take affect.
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