I've tried to find an explanation to this on the Online Help, but found no clear explanation.
I've seen that there are two ways to enter FQDN in the Assets tab:
- Virtual Hosts
Let's imagine that I have two FQDN (www.website1.com and www.website2.com) hosted on the same IP address (220.127.116.11). I suppose that I have to enter that information using "Virtual Hosts", right?
In a Windows network, you can have one Active Directory domain (company.com) for many servers, but each server has it's own hostname (server1.company.com, server2.company.com).
I've seen that the Assets > Domains tab allows you to enter just one FQDN for multiple IP addresses (they show "qualys.com" as an example). I see no explanation there that it is used for Microsoft Active Directory. What is it used for? What's the logic behind that? Where are they used later during the test?