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How do I remove old domains from the Network Browsing Window

Posted on 2003-12-09
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A few weeks ago someone who was running a windows 2000 server on a laptop joined our network for the day. There domain propogated to the windows network window along with our own domain.

How do I remove that domain from the network window so that users browsing the network dont see this bogus domain name?


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Question by:Prysson
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by:Pete Long
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Hi Prysson,
reboot the master browser, but it will go on its own eventually

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Start WINS MMC
Remove replication partners
Remove the unwanted domain name and any correspondent record
Remove the same records from the other WINS servers' database.
Create replication partners again

Tamás Lepenye
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