I have on DC running Windows server 2003 std, also acts as DNS & DHCP server. I have a second server member server that runs Windows server 2003 std with Exchange 2003 std, On the member server I keep receiving Event ID: 8032 Source: Browser. I cannot browse the network throu Network Places on the member server or any of the XP Clients. I receive the message "The %domainname% is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource."
I have tried checking the registry value on the member server in HKLM\Software\CurrentControlSet\Services\Browser\Parameters\IsDomainMaster=FALSE
How can I get the memberserver to retreive a copy of the browser list & how can I correct the issue of being able to browse via Network Places? Do I need WINS?
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