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I am not able to see other child domains inside of Microsoft Windows Network; but I am able to see my root domain.  This is a Windows 2000 Active Directory Network Infrastructure.  Also if I go to Directory inside of Entire network, I can to see my child domains.  Can anyone help me  with this issue.  Just to note this is around a four domain model network.  I am network admin for one of  these domain.  Other Admins (that belong to different domains, but under the same tree) says that they can see child domains inside of their Microsoft Windows Network browser.
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try browcon
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;818092
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