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I belong to one specific domain, but I would like to access the other local domains, that I am allowed to browsed, just like on XP (image below).

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Is that even possible to do so in Windows 7 ?

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The image doesn't show domains. It shows network protocols. – grawity Apr 25 '12 at 8:34

In Network and Sharing Center which can be found in the Control Panel, you'll find a link in the top right corner that says "See full map".

However this functionality will have to be made available by a policy setting for the domain. I believe the following link should give you some hints on how to do this:

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/wndp/archive/2006/11/03/enable_5f00_vista_5f00_network_5f00_map.aspx

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