windows server AD and members server not listing when browse network from client systems

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Have joined windows 10 to windows AD domain (2016 server) but when click on the network on each of the windows 10 system I am not able to see the Fileserver and AD server in the list and to access the shared folders have to use run command and then manually have to create shortcut please suggest how to make the servers and member servers list to appear when users clicks on the network, thanks in advance
D_wathiAsked:
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Try enabling the "function discovery resource publication" service on the server. Start and set to automatic.
You also have to enable network discovery on the PC's but browsing usually asks you if you want to turn that on.

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D_wathiAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much,  after doing this able see the servers listing in the network browse.
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