Disappearing network neighborhood clients?
frampton at j-com.co.jp
Thu Apr 27 05:44:24 GMT 2000
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Just wondering if anybody has noticed a problem where Win98 or NT clients,
upon browsing the network neighborhood, see *only* the Samba-based server,
with everything else having mysteriously disappeared. In the case of
Win98, after a few minutes and a refresh, all is fine, but apparently NT
users have to reboot in order to resolve the problem.
Is this likely a problem where the Samba server is responsible for
collating the browse list, and somehow failing in that duty? (I'm not
exactly sure how the smb protocol works.) Is there a fix/workaround? I'm
using Samba 2.0.6-9 (RPM version) on Red Hat Linux 6.1.
Thanks in advance.
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