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If, after upgrading to Windows 10 v1803, you discover that Network Discovery is not working because workgroup computers or network seats are missing or not displayed, this message will show you how to fix the problem.
Networked computers not displayed
Try the following solutions one by one and see if they help you.
1] Update the network adapter driver
Press Win+R to open the Run field and enter the command devmgmt.msc. Press Enter to open the Device Manager window.
Expand and update the network driver list
If this does not work, uninstall the same drivers and reboot the system. The system reinstalls the drivers.
Another suggestion is to download and install the drivers from the manufacturer’s website.
2] Reset Winsock, etc.
Right-click the Start button and select Command prompt (Administrator) to open a high command prompt.
Enter the following commands in order and press Enter after entering each command:
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset
Restart your computer and check.
3] Check Discovery Function Resource Publication Service
Press Win+R to open the Run window and enter the command services.msc. Press Enter to open the Windows Services window.
Locate the service Function Discovery Resource Publication, right-click the service and select Properties
Make sure the service start type is Function Discovery Resource Publication Automatic and that it is Started.
4] Make sure SMB 1.0 is enabled manually
If network computers are not displayed, make sure SMB 1.0 is enabled. Maybe this will help. You can enable or disable this function via Control Panel > Programs and Functions > Windows Functions.
5] If all the above solutions fail, we can reset all network settings.
Click the Start button, then click the speed icon to open the Settings window.
Select Network and Internet. Scroll and search for Network Reset. Click it, then click Reset Now.
I hope something will help you here.