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WIN95 pc's can't browse after removing N

By 90proof ·
Question... I have a flat switched network with 2 domains (staff & student), DNS, primary and secondary WINS servers (pointing to themselves)... In the student classrooms I removed NetBEUI from a few of the pc's as I'm trying to take it off of the network.


The problem I'm now having is that after removing NetBEUI, those pc's can only browse the student side and can't see any of the staff side (which I still want for the techs to upload/download across the network)... any ideas as to why they can't see the entire network? They all have the WINS properties set up correctly.

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by dft3 In reply to WIN95 pc's can't browse a ...

It sounds like the WINS servers may not be replicating between themselves.

Make sure you've got each of the WINS servers set as push and pull partners of each other.

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by 90proof In reply to WIN95 pc's can't browse a ...

Both of my WINS servers are set up to replicate every 30 minutes.

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by calves In reply to WIN95 pc's can't browse a ...

Those two domains must be using the same subnet mask, otherwise on side would never had seen the other without a routable protocol (netbeui is not routable). So, if you had IPX or TCP along with the Netbeui and now doesn't work. Reset you router, ifthat doesn't work, in one client computer, remove all the network settings, reboot it and install it again without netbeui.
That should do it.

Good luck!

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by 90proof In reply to WIN95 pc's can't browse a ...

I have a flat network, so the router that we use is only used to connect to the internet... we don't use it to route internally since we have a flat network. All the pc's point to themselves for the Default Gateway. Any other suggestions?

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