As my title says, I want to connect from a Windows workstation to multiple shares on multiple FQDNs on the same IP with a different FQDN (Windows workstation or server).
Of course I know about the hosts file and set up the needed redirect. But Windows prevents me to connect to Shares with multiple FQDNs.
Workstation has the IP 192.168.1.123 and the DNS name testworkstation1.nonsense.com
192.168.1.123 wants to access the following network shares on 192.168.1.234 with the following FQDNs: \\testdomain.test1.testing.com\share1 and \\thisisatest.bla.notest.com\share2.
I configure my hosts file to redirect testdomain.test1.testing.com to 192.168.1.234 and redirect thisisatest.bla.notest.com to 192.168.1.234.
Till now it makes sense, but now comes the problem: Windows (on 192.168.1.234) seems to prevent access to other hostnames than workstation1.companyenvironment.com. But I need to access it as testdomain.test1.testing.com and thisisatest.bla.notest.com too.
My question now: Is there a registry hack or a policy I can set to make this possible? I tought I've read something like this, but I can't find it anymmore.