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Active Directory - Browsing Domain

Posted on 2003-11-11
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guys,

I have a lot of pc's on the LAN and some of them can not browse the Active Directory domain they belong to.  if I do a find computer I can connect to the machine but if I try and browswe my domain in my network places I get a " Domain is not accesable you might not have permission to access resource " error message.  we are running 2000 AD.  I have removed and added the computer from the domain but no joy.  Other PC's on the LAN can browse fine, its only with some.

please help
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by:adonis1976
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do these people who are not able to browse belong to a different OU or group who dont have access to network? is there a GPO that is in place? check these things first?
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yes I have checked that and that is not the problem......
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its ok.  the problem was in the lmhost file.  it was using tabs rather than spaces.

thanks anyway
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