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Decommissioning Domains

Posted on 2006-06-21
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After decommissioning 3 NT4 domains, I still see the domains listed under Network Neighborhood.  How do I get rid of these?  Is there something else I need to do besides deleting the entries from DNS and WINS?
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Yes. Be patient and wait.
The browserlist should clear the old entries, but that can take some time.
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Is there a defined amount of time?
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Should be around half an hour to 72 minutes at the longest; check here for details:
Description of the Microsoft Computer Browser Service
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=188001
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