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98 machine can't connect to 2000 server

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I'd appreciate anybody's assistance with this problem i'm having at my office. We have a network set up with a windows 2000 server. All the computers on the network can log in and access the shared files on the network just fine. But I have this one Windows 98 machine that just can't access the server. When i go to network neighborhood, the other computers on the network are listed, but not the server. Internet access works fine. Can anyone help me? I'm out of ideas!! Thanks so much!
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