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NET VIEW shows no computers in Win2k3 SP1

Posted on 2007-04-05
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Windows 2003 Server SP1.  A DC in Active Directory.  When I go to NET VIEW, it shows NO other computers.  There should be 5 other computers.
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So, is everything else ok as far as connecting to the computers?
start --> run --> \\computername

Check if netbios over tcp/ip is enabled. I believe net view uses netbios.
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Yep, everything else ok...can search and find the computers, UNC works fine, I'll check netbios
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