Windows 10 PCs not showing on network


New Member
May 4, 2022
Hello everyone!

I have a problem with network that make no sense to me

8 PCs on network, all with windows 10 Pro.

What did a do on all PCs?

1º) Same workgroup and named
2º) Network conection set to DHCP, IP v6 disabled, and Netbios active
3º) services set to auto and running:
-DNS Client - ok
-Function dyscovery provider host - ok
-SSDP Dyscovery - ok
-Host UPNP - ok
4º) SMB 1.0 Enabled
5º) Netwok Connection Status is set to Private rather than Public
6º) Advanced share settings
- Turn On network discovery - ok
- Turn On File and printer sharing - ok
- Disable password require - ok

With this settings on all PCs, some find one or two, and some dont, and only one PC find all of than.

Whats going on? Am i forgetting something?

Sorry for my bad english and ty in advance.

I think you should restart your computer, open the Network and check if nearby Windows computers are displayed. If these tips did not help, and the computers in the workgroup are still not displayed, try to reset the network settings (Settings -> Network and Internet -> Status -> Network Reset). Then you need to reboot the computer.

This happened to me (just three pcs). I'd set up a new PC in a hurry and used a Windows account. The other machines are on local account. Changing this solved it for me.

  • Check Network Connectivity
  • Check the firewall and antivirus settings
  • Although you mentioned that DHCP is enabled on all PCs, it's worth checking whether each PC has been assigned a unique IP address within the same subnet.
  • Check the DNS settings on each PC to ensure they are configured correctly.