Disappearing machine.....

Simo Sorce simo.sorce at polimi.it
Thu Mar 22 22:16:07 GMT 2001

To avoid that you may also create a shortcut into network neihbourhood
folder that point to the server, and as it is local it is always there.

On Thu, 22 Mar 2001, Jonathan W Miner wrote:

> Jeff -
> I have the same problem here at work.  We have over 2000 PC desktops, so
> the Network Neighborhood doesn't always show everything...  At home,
> where I have 6 machines, I have no problems, all the machines including
> the samba server, all the time.
> I suspect there is some type of resource that is being exhausted in the
> WINS, but I'm no NT guru so I can't shed any light on why it's broke.  I
> have to tell people to just go to Start->Run and type in \\{server}
> Jeff Lemay wrote:
> >
> > we are running samba on a UNIX machine here, and it used to show up in
> > the Network Neighborhood, but no longer does.  We can access it by
> > entering the ip address, but it is a pain to have to do this every time.
> > Has anyone ever heard of this happening before, and if so, what can I do
> > to resolve this?  Thanks in advance

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