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how to make items in network neighborhood not visible

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I would like to make one of are existing domains not visible network neighborhood. I heard you can do this within group policy but not sure  where do this. Any ideas??
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By the way, looked at the Accepted Solution for the above.
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Still confused on how to implement this?
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Can you expand on what you are specifically you are confused about?  Do you use group policy presently in your organization?

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The accepted solution tells how to Access the hidden domain. I want to hide the domain in network neighborhood?
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