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I have a machine on XP pro,  The workgroup is blank, although there are several comptuers on the network, and they can all see each other in the work group.

Windows file and print sharing is turned on for the nic.

I cant even connect via and IP address to mahcines that i know take netbios over IP.

Everything else about this machine i fine..all web and internt traffic is fine.. it used to be able to see network drives.

thanks
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Can other computers see the problem one?  Is eveything in the same workgroup?
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good questions,

and yes they can.

i can browse and download files from problem machine.


and yes all the computers are only in the WORKGROUP WORKGROUP
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Windows firewall enabled?
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Did you get it working?
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