Windows 10: My Windows 10 computer won't see my servers Solved

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    Windows 10 Pro/Fedroa 24 Workstation
       14 Jul 2016 #1

    My Windows 10 computer won't see my servers


    Hey everyone I have a little problem with my Windows 10 Professional computers not seeing either one of my server's both servers are Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard. What I was trying to do is set up a domain log in on 3 computers one mine and two of my kids and have a network drive mapped when they log into the domain server but I can't seem to get Windows to see any of my servers on my network map. I've tried to reboot my servers and computers and check my server config and everything seems to be set up correctly as I've had them working about a month ago but I had to move. I did have them working months ago when I was running Novell Suse and using Novell login and they would map the network drives no problem. Any idea's anyone?

    Thanks
    Joe
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  2. jpolacko's Avatar
    Posts : 35
    Windows 10 Pro/Fedroa 24 Workstation
       18 Jul 2016 #2

    I got it figured out guys.. I'll mark this topic solved. Problem was a bad switch and cable from my domain server.
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