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Computer list problem

Posted on 2007-04-03
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I was able to see all computers of my domain in my network places. However something happened and I am just able to see only one of 4 OU's. What might have happened ? I can connect any computer in my domain by using \\computer\share.
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Please check the status of browser service.
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Browser service is running. İf you are talking about computer browser service in admintrative tool-services.
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any other help please??
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