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javirafy
post Apr 28 2017, 12:59 PM
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hi

i have a computer that is in a domain with Windows 2003 server. My computer has Win 7 and i am part of the domain admins. I could see all the computers conected to the network but suddenly i can see only 4 of them. if i ping to computers that are connected they ping fine. the windows 2003 server can see all the computers conected but i can see only 4. if i connect as an administrator from other computer running in win 7 happens the same.

Can anyone help?
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Temmu
post May 30 2017, 03:51 PM
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Hi, javirafy,

The domain controller is the Windows 2003 server?

Any Windows 7 PC sees only 4 other computers?

What OS are those 4 computers?
What OS are those computers that cannot be seen from Win 7?
From what are you viewing the network (what Win 7 app?)

(w/o answers to those, just a guess, NetBios helper running?)
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javirafy
post Jun 8 2017, 09:53 AM
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Windows 2003 Server


I only see 4 Vista computers from my Win 7 PC when I browse the network
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hogr
post Aug 28 2018, 02:33 AM
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The same issue here. I can only see 4 of them.
192.168.1.1
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DanielPineault
post Aug 28 2018, 07:16 AM
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Any recent update on any of the computers involved? If so, you might want to test one of them out and roll back the update to see if they become visible again.

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