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In a LAN there are 40 PCs.The network address are 192.168.3.0 All PCs are in a domain.But some PCs sometime can not connect other PCs, for this reason can't shear any file and access printer.

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Make sure ALL computers have a name and login password, ensure all are part of same workgroup, or domain...also ensure sharing is enabled on ALL. Ensure all have printer installed as Network printer, and attach and print a test page from each. Ensure again that the sharing properties are all set for each drive, folder etc.

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