Adding A Domain To My Network Places


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Guest

Is there a way to add a Domain to My network Places. I just hate having to
dig through Entire Network , and then Windows Network to get to the domain to
browse. Also is there a way that I could modify a workstaion to automaticaly
show a particular doamin view in My Network places like you used to be able
to do in NT 4?
 
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Doug Sherman [MVP]

Drill down through My Network Places until you get to the domain icon. If
you have not already done so, click View and select Large icons. Right
click on the domain icon and select Create shortcut. The shortcut will be
placed on your Desktop.

Doug Sherman
MCSE, MCSA, MCP+I, MVP
 
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Guest

Thanks. I was hoping there was another way.

Doug Sherman said:
Drill down through My Network Places until you get to the domain icon. If
you have not already done so, click View and select Large icons. Right
click on the domain icon and select Create shortcut. The shortcut will be
placed on your Desktop.

Doug Sherman
MCSE, MCSA, MCP+I, MVP
 
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Hi

I am suprised something so simple cant be done but it appears "network
places" actually have to be shares not in fact "network places"

I already use quick launch shortcuts to my domain as it appears to be the
only way, of avoiding the navigation thru entire domain>windows network>then
domain

Regards

Simon
Thanks. I was hoping there was another way.

Doug Sherman said:
Drill down through My Network Places until you get to the domain icon. If
you have not already done so, click View and select Large icons. Right
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Simon Whyley
MCP XP,2Kpro
Comptia A+ (lol)


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