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PC's not visble in Network Places on a server 2003 Domain

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Hi Experts,

I have a major issue with my network and am at a loss as to how it can be. I have three locations, each runs a 2003 DC with Wins, DNS and DHCP, the three locations are connected to each other via VPN using Cisco PIX routers.

As of Yesterday, each location can only see their systems in Network Places and none from any other location. However if i try to access a machine in another location by using explorer, i can. So my netowrk is running, i can reach all my PC's and servers but i cant see them in network places. Do you have any idea as to why this would be or how i can fix it.

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Graham
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