Open a printer emulation session.
From themenu, choose .
Specify the path to the Hosts file (up to a maximum of 260 characters), which maps assigned node names to Internet addresses. Reflection changes the value of this setting when it finds a Hosts file.
Reflection searches for the Hosts file in the following locations (in order):
In the same path as Wsock32.dll
If the System or System32 folder of the operating system's root folder
In the folder where Reflection is installed
The current folder
In the operating system's root folder
The folders in your Path statement
If Reflection cannot find the Hosts file in any of locations in the preceding list, this field remains blank. To locate a Hosts file on your PC, from thedialog box, select Hosts File Name and click the button, or use the operating system's Find feature.
NOTE:Windows TCP/IP software must be able to locate the Hosts file in the Winnt\System32\Drivers\Etc folder before Reflection can generate a list of hosts.