nrowsing the network

I'm having an an issue with browing my network.

From the DC (Windoes Server 2003 SBS), if i go through "my network places" - "entire network" and "domain name" I cannot see any of the computers attached to the domain.

Conversely, if I do the same from any of the workstations I see all of the computer on the domain except the domain controller.

I can however browse to any of the computer by name and/or IP address.

Has anyone seen this before????

Thanks.
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Britt ThompsonSr. Systems EngineerCommented:
You may want to verify that the Browser, Workstation and/or Server services are started on these machines. There's a virus running around that will stop these services, primarily the browser service, that will prevent the network browsing from working properly.
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Bullfrog28Author Commented:
Those services are are running on the proper machines.
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Britt ThompsonSr. Systems EngineerCommented:
Does the server have 2 NICs that are enabled? Network browsing may not work properly if the server is multi-homed.

Also, weirdness may occur if you have really long computer names or long descriptions attached to the machines in AD. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231312

Are you running WINS? If so, have a look at your WINS database and see if any of the machines names and mappings look incorrect.
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Bullfrog28Author Commented:
Through more investigating, NetBIOS over TCP was turned off.  Not sure how but now its working Thanks for your help.
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