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Posted on 2014-09-08
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My WAN network (Win 7 and Win 2008) are spreading between 7 different locations.
From any location I can see all computers on A, B, C, D, E and F sites. I cannot see any computer on G site.
When I connect to G site I can see only local computers.
Only sites A, B and C have Domain Controllers. Network discovery is ON everywhere.
I need to see computers on every site.
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by:Mike
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Are networks A,B,C,D,E,F all on the same subnet with G being on another? Also by browse I assume you mean by opening network in Windows 7, or do you mean by using \\pcname\sharename?
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by:fedmilk1
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Each network (A, B, C, ... ) has a different subnet. Yes, browsing network through Windows Explorer.
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by:Mike
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and the browser service is running on all devices
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My NAS was acting like Master Browser.
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Installed a DNS Server.
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