No Servers or computers listed in "network" 2008 Server

I have network discovery active & enabled Netbios over tcp/ip, all computers are in the domain. I can ping, map networks drives. Firewall is off.  But when i click on "Network" all i get listed is the Router. why? what do i need to do so i can see all? also i if i click on "See full Map" everything is displayed...

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brookejpAsked:
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Marius GunnerudSenior Systems EngineerCommented:
Do the other computers have Network Discovery enabled also?  What OS are the machines using?
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brookejpAuthor Commented:
they all have Discovery working and using 2008 Server R2

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brookejpAuthor Commented:
Is there a setting in GPO that blocks displaying information in "Network", I say this because i am sure that before i joined the server to the domain as member other servers/computers was been displayed.

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Marius GunnerudSenior Systems EngineerCommented:
Is File and Print sharing selected or not?  Enable this if it is not already
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brookejpAuthor Commented:
File and Print sharing is enabled.
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brookejpAuthor Commented:
Have found the answer - "Computer Browser" service was disabled
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brookejpAuthor Commented:
I found my out myself that the Computer Browser service was disabled.
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