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troubleshooting Question

Cannot see workstations in "my network neighborhood", I can see Servers fine.

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morarcFlag for United States of America asked on
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I have a customer that on their network they cannot see workstations in "my network neighborhood". They can ping, remote desktop and manage the workstations through Active Directory. But for some reason I cannot push any update from my distribution server to the clients nor see them in network neighborhood. I can see member servers just fine. Anyone have any idea why this might be? Thanks in advance.
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