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Viewing domain in W2kPro in the same way as WinNT4 Workstation

Posted on 2001-08-01
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We have recently bought some new machines with Win2000 pro on them. Up until now we have been using Windows NT 4 Workstaion. I have setup and configured the Win2000 PC's fine except for one small, annoying problem... When I go into My Network Places I get the icon for "Entire Network". I then have to go down another couple of layers to select my domain (we are on a WAN). I have set a shortcut in My Network Places to our domain but can I view our domain as default when I open My Network Places?? It's nothing major, just annoying, but if anyone could help or let me know that it has to be set the way I have it I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks in advance.
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farout earned 80 total points
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why don't you just make a shortcut to your domaine on the desktop?
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I have created a shortcut, I was just wondering is there a way to view all the pc's in my domain by just opening My Network Places without having to use a shortcut. If there isn't that's fine it is just a query.
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ok there is not sorry :o)
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That's fair enough. Thanks for the help.
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