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 I have a network setup with windows 2000server and 10 windows xp clients.. My network is working perfectly except a  small problem.. whenever i switch on my client pc (windows xp), it is taking some time (two or three minutes ) to show all my network computers.after sometime it is ok. what could be the reason
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Do you have the server setup as a domain controller? Do have dns installed on the server? Are the client dns setting point to the server?

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This is a duplicate post.  You should try to consolidate them.  Post a (zero points) question in the CS TA asking for a moderator to help you.

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