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We have server 2003, using computer management, system tools, shared folders, sessions, some of the computers show up as an IP address others show the computer name. How can I show the computer name on all of them?

Thanks for any help you can give me.
Aug 6 '08 #1
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Stang02GT
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Right click on "My Computer" Icon and then click on the "Computer Name" Tab
Aug 7 '08 #2
hausj0dw
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All PC's have a name and are on the domain, some display the IP address and some display the name. The name format is XXXXXXXXX.YYYYY Y. "X's" are the computer name and "Y's" are the domain name they are attached too.

Guess I don't under stand your reply
"Right click on "My Computer" Icon and then click on the "Computer Name""

I have names on allt he PC's already.

Thanks for your response.
Aug 11 '08 #3
Stang02GT
1,208 Recognized Expert Top Contributor
All PC's have a name and are on the domain, some display the IP address and some display the name. The name format is XXXXXXXXX.YYYYY Y. "X's" are the computer name and "Y's" are the domain name they are attached too.

Guess I don't under stand your reply
"Right click on "My Computer" Icon and then click on the "Computer Name""

I have names on allt he PC's already.

Thanks for your response.
I was telling you how to find out the computer name.

But apparently i don't understand your question.

Are you trying to view all the computer names on your net work at once?
Aug 11 '08 #4
hausj0dw
10 New Member
I was telling you how to find out the computer name.

But apparently i don't understand your question.

Are you trying to view all the computer names on your net work at once?
YES, using computer management, system tools, shared filders sessions.
Aug 11 '08 #5
Stang02GT
1,208 Recognized Expert Top Contributor
YES, using computer management, system tools, shared filders sessions.
Can't you go to "MyNetworkPlace s" and view your network along with all the computers that are attached to it?
Aug 11 '08 #6
hausj0dw
10 New Member
Can't you go to "MyNetworkPlace s" and view your network along with all the computers that are attached to it?

Yes That works.

My original reason for using COMPUTER MANAGEMENT was to see who is signed in on a given computer. Sometimes I get a call from a user with a problem and I need to see what computer they are using.

If you thing of any way to do what I want drop an email email removed per posting guidelines


Thanks for you help.
Aug 11 '08 #7
Stang02GT
1,208 Recognized Expert Top Contributor
I will do that.

For future information don't post your e-mail address. If you want to share you address with another user, PM it to them. You are opening your self up to a lot of things if you post it like that.


I will get the mod of this forum to remove it.
Aug 11 '08 #8

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