ok... not exactly a wireless question - but lots of good smart folks...
Unlike the usual workgroup setups, most of my computers are setup with their own "workgroup" name so I can see that they are talking to each other across the "workgroup" world as a Windows Network.
I can see all my different computers... running Win98, XP, and Vista.
However - the Netgear PS101 that I use to create a quick network print server does NOT appear in the XP Network Neighborhood display.
The Netgear PS101 default and non-changeable workgroup name is in fact "WORKGROUP". So, if I change one of the computer to that group, then I can see the print server, but the other workgroups can't.
What is different with a print server that it does not broadcast SMBs that are recognized by the other Windows computers for their list of available "servers".