Browse different subnet clients from a same network

we have active directory domain controller 2012 with DNS, DHCP and WINS configured. We have configured different  Lan subnets with DHCP.
Configuration is as below:
AD with DHCP : 10.0.5.x
DHCP Client machine : 10.0.5.x & 10.0.80.x

We can get a ping with both Subnets clients. even we can access bot subnet systems with \\pcname\share  

But when we are going to browse system from a network it shows only same subnet systems
i.e from 10.0.5.x clients if i click browse system from a network it shows only 10.0.5.x Clients
 from 10.0.80.x clients if i click browse system from a network it shows only 10.0.80.x Clients

But we need both subnet of clients system while browsing from network from a both subnet.
 
kindly suggest.....
rigelnetAsked:
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BigPapaGottiCommented:
On your server check to ensure that the "Computer Browser"  service is enabled. By default it is disabled.
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rigelnetAuthor Commented:
Yes, Its in Running mode in both Server PDC & BDC
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BigPapaGottiCommented:
Do you have any firewalls between these two subnets?
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rigelnetAuthor Commented:
After restarting the computer Browser server from server it will show in network but after some time disappearing
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BigPapaGottiCommented:
So you are saying that once you restarted the "Computer Browser" service the computers showed when browsing the network but after some time elapsed these computers that were visible no longer are visible?
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rigelnetAuthor Commented:
firewall is not configured
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rigelnetAuthor Commented:
we found  that if we are login  with administrator user than we can able to browse both subnet clients from the network but if we login with a normal users than we can not able to browse computers from a network

Kindly suggest...
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vivigattCommented:
Check WINS config for your clients. They must point to a valid WINS server. If they get this config via DHCP, it's option 44 I seem to recall.
Also check that NetBIOS over TCP/IP is correctly configured.

Now "browsing computers" is really a mess (and has always be). It sometimes relies on boradcast (and broadcasts do not cross routers/vlans, by default). Sometimes you have to wait for quite a long time for the list of nodes on the network to appear.
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rigelnetAuthor Commented:
Yes we have configured wins servers and all clients are getting a lease from dhcp server. we have enable computer browsing service on server and set it to automatic.

we can able to browse all computers of different subnets from the PDC server but can not able to find from a BDC and clients

How could we resolve it..!!!   kindly suggest..
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vivigattCommented:
You need computer browser services on the clients too. You need to make sure that the computers (BDC etc) are configured as h-node
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc722535.aspx
http://www.tcpipguide.com/free/t_SummaryOfDHCPOptionsBOOTPVendorInformationFields-5.htm

The DHCP option 46 must be set to 8:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/121005
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rigelnetAuthor Commented:
dhcpYes we have verified in DHCP - scope option is set to 0x8 below is the screenshot

Kindly suggest..
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