Some of my users cannot see other computers in domain

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows XP
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Hello Some of my ucsers couldn't see the other computers in domain!!! when they want to see the entire network and brows the list of computers(Entire Network->Microsoft windows network->Domain) in the domain it says "you don't have permission to use this network resource"!!?? Cients OS:win xp DC OS:win server 2003 Could you please help me to know the reason!? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz

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Hello Mehnaz please chek the permissions of your users make the users member of domain users then go to start->run->”gpupdate” then logoff login with administrator,this will solve your problem. (as well as update your antivirus regularly and scan it daily as you are the internet user).

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  • Lusy
    It is possibility that those computer are not in your domain environment. You need to check about their dhcp status. And try to renew their ip address. If you want more help then please refer at: www.iyogi.net
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