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Microsoft Windows Network? 10 years 5 months ago #15407

  • rax5
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Can anyone help me with this?

When I look at the entire network, for some reason microsoft windows network doesnt show up. Only Microsoft terminal services & web client network.. I need to access the microsoft windows network because the shared printer is located there.. does anybody have any idea how to bring that icon/access back onto entire network?
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Re: Microsoft Windows Network? 10 years 5 months ago #15408

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hi rax5,

check the ip address you have got. determine if your network has a DHCP server where the stations got their IPs including yours or is it being done manually or static. by checking this you will know if you are on the same network.
check the ip of the station where a shared printer is connected. then ping it from your station. remember, your station and where the shared printer must be on the same network or at least a router between them that forwards ip.
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Re: Microsoft Windows Network? 10 years 5 months ago #15409

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or if it is in a windows 98 OS. check the netbeiu protocol if it is installed. it is the microsoft network naming service. right-click the network neighborhood/properties/protocol/add the netbeui.
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What kind of Network are you running? 10 years 5 months ago #15429

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If you have a domain promoted network you can access your network from win explorer then map to your needed resource.

Win 9x or oo or xp When you go to your directory or win explorer just
click on the little + to expand , instead of clicking on an icon.


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