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Unable to see iMac machine under Network Places

Unable to see iMac machine under Network Places

Unable to see iMac machine under Network Places

(OP)
Hello all!

I've just set up an iMac workstation running Mac OS X 10.5 and I've joined it to our Windows 2003 AD domain. I can browse our Windows network from this machine but not vice-versa. When I try to look for the iMac workstation under Network Places via Windows XP Pro I do not see it there. It was added successfully to Active Directory Users and Computers because I can see it there. What am I doing wrong? I can successfully ping the iMac workstation from my Windows XP Pro workstation. Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks
Pierre
  

RE: Unable to see iMac machine under Network Places

Have you turned on File Sharing on the Mac?  

RE: Unable to see iMac machine under Network Places

(OP)
You mean SMB?

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