At times, I am unable to browse my network using Network Neighborhood, but I can browse using IP addresses. I can...
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ping other machines in the network. However, when I try to browse the PDC (primary domain controller) from within the Network Neighborhood console, I am getting the error "Logon failure: The target name is no longer available." I have stopped the browser and Netlogon services, but the problem still persists. There is only one network card in the PDC and one in the second domain controller. There are no conflicts on the network. The registry key RESTRICTANONYMOUS is set to 0.
Is the event logged in the Event Viewer related to my inability to browse the PDC from the second domain controller? Any ideas in regards to this issue would be greatly appreciated.
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