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windows 2003 browser service 10 years 1 day ago #18713

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Since I have seperated the network into two different subnets when you go into the my network places on the workstations they only see the computers on their subnets but if you serach active directory you can see all of them and you can also type \\computername and connect to computers on the other subnet but they do not show up in my network places. does anyone know how i can make all computers show up on both subnets or perhaps make subgroups
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Re: windows 2003 browser service 10 years 1 day ago #18715

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It should work if you configure WINS and setup a WINS Service. The My Network Places works using NetBIOS which tends to be more broadcast in nature unless you are using WINS. Broadcasts will not go through routers (by Default).

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I have1 wins server 10 years 21 hours ago #18741

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I have one Wins server i have both dhcp servers assigning when they lease their Ip addresses.
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Wins records 10 years 21 hours ago #18743

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I just Checked the records in the Wins server and its showing active records from both subnets
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Re: windows 2003 browser service 10 years 20 hours ago #18744

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Hi there,

My Network Places generally shows you network connections that you have connected to through browsing. It remembers these connections that you have made for furture use.

If you want to browse the network then you need to click on Entire Network --> Microsoft Windows Networks which should then show you your domain where your hosts are ?

Thats how it works on my machine anyway.

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