NT4/W95/W95 Network

I have 2 W95 machines and 1 NT4 machine on a BNC network. The NT4 machine recently was upgraded from NT3.51. Anyway the 2 W95 machines see each other just fine. I have all hard drives completely opened up for sharing. The NT4 machine is the difficult one. It seems to be able to "see" the other machines but when I click on the computer under Network Neighborhood it thinks for 20 or 30 seconds and then says that can't fine it, actually it says"the network path not found". But the 2 W95 machines "show up", it's just that I can't get to their drives. Again the 2 W95 machines share files just fine. I admit I'm not an expert on all of this. I have every protocol turned on. I have IPX/SPX, NETBEUI and TCP/IP. On the W95 machines I do see something about "Client for Microsoft Networks" under Network->Configurations which I don't have in NT4. Any suggestions???
dave_pAsked:
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j2Commented:
Try the following:

Get rid of all protocolls you dont use, especially IPX/SPX, run it as a pure TCP/IP or NetBEUI net..

And as for the client part.. The client is an integral part of NT, it doesnt have a config.
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dave_pAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the try but that didn't do it. I tried just
NETBUI and I tried just TCP/IP but the NT4 machine still
says:

\\Moon is not accessible
The network path not found.

Any other suggestions?
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dave_pAuthor Commented:
Adjusted points to 100
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einarbeCommented:
You must look at properties for "Client for microsoft network" and make sure every computer is set up for sharing files (and printers, if you want that). If the NT-computer is set up as a server, the disk share only is visible to administrators if the share name is c$. It is the "$" sign that hides the disk for normal users. I hope this may lead you on to something.
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