I recently switched out my Windows Small Business Server 2003 for a Windows Server 2008. I transferred the DC, FSMO roles etc. The new server is the master browser and DNS. Everything works hunky dory in Windows world. Win XP and Windows 7 can all see each other very happily and my old Win 2003 server and the new server can see each other fine.
The problem I'm encountering is with the two Macs I have on the network - both of which are running Snow Leopard 10.6.7. I joined them to the Active Directory and I can connect to network shares on Windows from the Macs via Cmd-K and DNS name or IP address (although it takes a really long time).
The thing is I cannot **browse** the Windows network like I used to be able to with my Windows 2003 setup. The Macs can see other just fine and Windows machines can see each other but Macs cannot see PCs and vice versa. What am I missing here?
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