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DNS management is useful when you want to test your site without the test link prior to going live with SSL, verify that an alias site works prior to DNS changes, and for other DNS-related reasons.
For information about changing your DNS settings, see Changing DNS settings on Linux.
For now the only work-around is to turn off UAC (requires reboot) then run the “mvps.bat”, then enable UAC again.
Alternately you can do it manually (without turning off UAC) …
that is after extracting the “hosts.zip” to a “temp” folder rename the existing HOSTS file (hosts.mvp) then copy the included HOSTS file to the “Windows\System32\drivers\etc” folder.
Hopefully I’ll be able to come up with a better solution soon …
On Linux and Unix systems it is typically at /etc/hosts and on Windows systems (Windows 2000, XP, Vista) at c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts If you open the hosts file on Windows Vista and then attempt to save it as a regular user, you will get an error message as show in the screenshot below ("Cannot create the c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file.For example, add the following two entries points, domain.com, to Rackspace’s current refreshed PHP5 (PHP5-ITK) cluster: After you add the domain information and save the file, your system begins to resolve to the IP address that you specified. If you are using a Microsoft operating system like Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista you must run Microsoft Notepad as an administrator.Use the following instructions if you’re running Windows 10 or Windows 8: ©2019 Rackspace US, Inc.Initially it will say "no items match your search" but this is only because it's trying to show only files with a extension.Open up the files type drop down box and select "All files".