I have had this problem for quit awhile.
Home office test environment:
"Old" 750 MHz Home Built 6.0 Netware server running IPX and TCP/IP
"New" 3.2 MHz HP ML100 G3 6.5 sp5 running TCP/IP
Each has a different tree as my plan is to ditch to old server once
migrated.

Three clients. 2 Win2k and 1 WinXp fully patched with 4.91 sp3 client

Problem:
1 Win2k and 1 XP readily see the new (IP) server but the 1 Win2k (the most
important one), can't see it it. I can ping it and on occasion, after
messin' around with SLP setting (mainly looking) it will suddenly see it.
Today was such a day, so I spent a couple of hours copying files setting up
users, groups etc. I thought I somehow stumbled on the correct combinations.
THEN I REBOOTED the troublesome PC and back to tree not found"

Hopefully, portions if the SLPINFO /A might give someone a clue that can
help me. Although it appears to be identical to the SLPINFO from the XP
Laptop.

I am at a loss and the "old" server is getting really old.

Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
PeterH

SLP Operational Parameters Values
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Static Scopes NO
Static Directory Agents NO
Active Discovery YES
Use Broadcast for SLP Multicast NO
Use DHCP for SLP YES
SLP Maximum Transmission Unit 1400 bytes
SLP Multicast Radius 32 hops

Scope List Source(s)
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<unscoped>


DA IP Address Source(s) State Version Local Interface Scope(s)
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<No Directory Agents>



Local Interface 192.168.0.102
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Operational State: UP
Operating Mode(s): MCAST
SA/UA Scopes: <unscoped>
Last I/O: 1:21:09pm 7/22/2007
Total Packets: Out: 123 In:
Total Bytes: Out: 7526 In:
Last Addr Out: ***.0.1.22
Last Addr In: 0.0.0.0