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Microsoft Windows Network Browser overview

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 12, 2016

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The DameWare Remote Support Network Browser tree view displays all Microsoft Windows Network components in an explorer tree view. This window displays all domains and systems available in the Microsoft's Windows Network Browser list (equivalent to My Network Places or Network Neighborhood). Remote Support displays available domains in a collapsed tree view, with a dynamic count of member servers and workstations next to them. Expand these containers to list all active systems that belong to that domain.

Remote Support dynamically changes available menu items depending on the current selection. For example, if you open the Groups view for a domain controller, Remote Support displays the global groups for that domain. On the other hand, when you open Groups from a workstation, Remote Support displays the workstation's local groups.

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