What's up with /etc/resolver/* and DNScrypt


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    Are you using DNSCrypt on a workstation connected to your corporate network via VPN?  This is the wrong approach, because it impacts or breaks local name resolution.  You'll have to use it on your DNS server or router on the WAN side (for DNS forwarding), not on any end user device within the LAN.  Or you have to disable DNSCrypt as long as you are connected to your corporate network.  Then your problems will disappear.

    Also, the DNSCrypt clients are not OpenDNS products.  You'll have to refer to http://dnscrypt.org/ and to the support resources listed there.

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