Greywolf to Anon 2001-Feb-26 10:16 pm to AnonFor those that care here is a MICROSOFT Cannot See Server On Network Windows 10 Mine did not show up, either.

Thank you in advance for helping. We presently have Windows 2008 R2 Domain Environment, And currently we are facing a issue with No. Browse other questions tagged windows-7 networking windows-server-2003 administrator or ask your own question. Check This Out If I connect both computers to the router with an ethernet cable I am able to share files and connect to each other.

If you have a newer router, some of them automatically enable their own firewalls! please help. What to do? [PCHardware] by Kilroy283. They both access the internet great.

The File and Printer Sharing port numbers range between 135 and 139, so if you open those up on your router, it should be enough to see the other computers on So I would recommend that you assign a static IP address to each system — least until you upgrade to a client/server environment where the LMHOSTS file will no longer be I had read a little about static and dhcp and switching between and simply wanted to mention that due to IP's changing in some cases that may cause a connection problem I then created another new workgroup but it made no difference.

Decided to go wireless. Tweet © Copyright 2009-2013 Have checked all cables, workgroups, etc and am wondering if is possible that the network card on server went bad since everything worked fine last week?! But I find one word missing through all the threads...

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