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Can only browse entire forest trust on windows 7 clients but not on Windows XP Clients

Posted on 2012-03-28
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We have a forest trust that for example when browsing directory to add a printer I can view the forest and other domains in windows 7 clients but not on any windows XP workstations.  How can I get our Windows XP clients to browse the directory like the Win7 clients can?
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Make sure the Windows XP system is connected to the same master browser as Windows 7 boxes
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Dariusg Can you clarify I m confused what you are asking
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