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Browsing netwok through microsoft windows network trouble

Posted on 2004-04-23
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i have 4 windows 2003 domains i can browse 3 of them through microsoft windows netwok (Network Neighborhood) i get
Dev is not accessable. you might not have permission to use this network resource. contact the administratorof this server to find outif you have access permissions.

the network path was not found.

there are 2 way trusts between all domains.
administrator's from all domains are in the administrators group of each domain.
 
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Cecilpeirce,

Browsing is a NetBios issue-- and is most likely the culprit. Do you have WINS running throughout your network? Most will tell you that you don't need it in an 03 environment-- and technically, you don't. But NetBios resolution is still invaluable to a lot of apps.

Did you manually configure the two way trust? Are these domains in no type of related hiearchy?
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