SBS2011 and Windows 10 Clients

Hi we have an SBS2011 server and want to test a Windows 10 client on the network. After modifying the SBS Connect applet the PC could connect to the domain and can be seen in the SBS console window as a client computer.

However from the client PC we cant see the server or any of the other PC's or network shares on the domain and because of this cant map the network drives. Does anyone have any ideas in which to point me please?
SteveWright01Asked:
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Wayne88Commented:
Is the SBS2011 also the DHCP server.  If not then it must be the DHCP and it should also be the internal DNS server as well.

Second, ensure that the The Browser Service is enabled on the server.

Can you confirm these?
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SteveWright01Author Commented:
Hi Wayne yes it is the DHCP and DNS server and the Windows 7 and 8.1 Clients can all see each other and the server as well etc. Which is why I'm a bit confused.
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Wayne88Commented:
Hi Steve,

Can you check the SBS2011 and all the clients to ensure that "TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper" service is running?

Also, can you ensure that following is enabled: https://www.websense.com/content/support/library/web/v76/triton_web_help/enable_comp_browser_svc.aspx
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SteveWright01Author Commented:
Hi Wayne,

All working thank you, I've not had an issue like this before as our network has just "always worked" in the past with no setup issues when adding new machines etc. so hadn't come across the Computer Browser service. For some reason this was set to disabled within the services console on the Windows 10 PC, turned it on and everything popped up within seconds, all other domain PC's can be seen and the network shares worked straight away.

Many thanks for your help and clear, concise instructions.
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Wayne88Commented:
Hi Steve, I am glad to be able to help. Cheers!
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