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SBS 2011 not showing computers on list

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We recently installed SBS 2011 on our network. For some reason on the SBS Console > Network > Computers it only shows around 5 computers. We have around 50 computers on the network.

If I go to Network Settings on the My Computer tab I can view all the computers. Why doesn't it show it on the SBS console window though?

Any help?

SBS Console window only show 6 out of 50'ish computers
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Thanks! That solved my problem exactly. Everything is showing up great now.

Thanks for the help!
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