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What is the 2003 equiv of this NT 4.0 dialoge box?

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In NT 4.0, in the network propterties, services tab, there is a 'computer browser service'.  If you click on the properties for this service, you get a 'Browser Configuration' dialog box the says 'Use this screen to add and remove other domains that will be made available to the browser service'

What/where is the 2003 equivalent of this?

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I believe that in the 2K and 2K3 versions, this is done automatically...   The Master Browser is located on the DC and uses AD and Sites to locate other Domains that are part of the Forest, and their Master Browsers..  Here is some info on the service in W2K3..

http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/WindowsServ/2003/all/techref/en-us/Default.asp?url=/resources/documentation/WindowsServ/2003/all/techref/en-us/w2k3tr_netbro_what.asp

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It no longer exists in it own right. The functionality has been incorporated into client for microsoft networks and file and printer sharing for microsoft networks and cannot be user configured. There isn't even a reg key available that you can hack.
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Thought so, but did not know how to put it..  Nice explanation James..  :)
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Welcome, I spent quite a while researching this one and i'm very surprised it never came up before - apparently anywhere :)

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James...  Better man than I am..  I looked and could not find the answer anywhere (even google failed me here...)..  Had to go with my gut instincts on the MB...  :)

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