I don't think there are any magic Cisco commands to do this. You should research the Microsoft Computer Browser Service, which is what populates the Browse List, which is what you see when you open Windows Explorer and drill down into the Network Neighbourhoods. In a nutshell, the Browser Service is built up using broadcast packets, and any router function between subnets will cause issues. My guess is that you have different subnets on either side of the tunnels, and that is where the problems start.
First of all, in recent and properly set microsoft networking, network browsing is not based anymore on broadcasts, but on proper domain controller setup and registration of computers to it.
But even if you need broadcast propagation to make your ms browsing working, no worries, just configure "ip helper-address" on the lan interface. As destination, use the subnet brodcast for the remote network, eg on lan 192.168.0.0 you will set 192.168.1.255.
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