troubleshooting Question

Browse Active Directory in Windows Server 2003

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Hie Guys

 I am so much used to run Windows NT domains where if you what to browse to a share document in the network you just go to My Network Places and you browse the entire network which will shows the workgroups then on opening shows list of computers in the workgroup. On opening the computer name you see the shared folders on that computer. This setup worked very well for me.

Now my problem is on Windows 2003.
I have my domain running on Windows server 2003. I have created my Organisational Units in such a way that each department will have its own OU. Now I need a way of searching my network for shared folders. I would prefer to browse then see a list of my OUs, then on opening the OU I either see the computers or the shared folders.

Is this possible. Or can Someone tell me the best method that I can Implement so that my users can easily share files by themselves.

Thank you.

Mike
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