I'm not a network/hardwre person, so bear with me.
I have a laptop connected wirelessly that I can't see in Network Neighborhood. If I connect it with cable, I can then see it. The firewall on the laptop is off. All the other pc's in the office can see each other in Network Neighborhood.
That can happen for a number of reasons...
0. In newer versions of Windows, you have to tell Windows that you're in a trusted zone or else it blocks certain services. Make sure you've specified that you're in a home or work network as opposed to a public network.
1. Are you sure your wifi network can even access the rest of the network? In some places, the wifi is isolated so that you can't even access the rest of the network or placed in a different subnet so that there's virtual separation.
2. Make sure your adapter doesn't have NetBIOS turned off, not sure if this would cause that problem exactly but it should be on in a work network anyway.
3. Make sure your computer is on the same domain (should be if it works over the wire).
What OS are you using anyway?
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