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Logging onto NT via Win 95

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I have a Win NT V4 server running over an Ether, I have win95 running on dell laptop, when i do a search it is not detecting the server.  I have been able to ping the server and is giving a good responce time and no packets are lost .   Please suggest any opptions
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Check the name for your workgroup. Both system should be same workgroup name, then check the Doman name, they both have to be same.  Computer name can NOT be same, they sould be different name.
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HAve not tried yet but does sound like good info
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