August 31, 2009 Tej Thanks a lot..you solved my 4 hours problem September 21, 2009 Belen I have a very weird problem. The bad thing is that going to into the Microsoft Knowledge Base and searching around for a solution leads nowhere. November 15, 2009 martyn Thanks, really great. Upon opening the file, you should see on the last line an ip address followed by the word localhost. get redirected here
Still, every time I reboot, the OS comes back up with the connection properties checkbox for file & printer sharing unchecked. Normally, I don't care whether someone posts a similar problem in another person's thread but, in this case, kchight's thread is already on the 6th page of the Configuration section of I can see a lot of small businesses telling Microsoft to shove Windows 7 until this is fixed. Login to post comments You RAWK!!!! https://www.zonealarm.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-50323.html
Thanks again for the helpful advice. Turned off windows firewall. I'll see if I missed anything.
Then someone suggested I try the exact same thing using the Win7's computer IP address instead of its name. May 21, 2009 Jeff spot on. You can determine this by typing ipconfig /all at the command prompt. You have it currently disabled.
I have an eee pc that I want to connect and I can see the windows 7 machine and I have an account on it and when i click on it You just saved me hours of hunting. My setup: File server (Win XP Pro) with two sheared folders: UPLOAD - with read write permissions set for everyone DATA - with read only permissions set for a user (eg https://www.tenforums.com/network-sharing/27158-permissions-problems-cant-share-files-home-lan-computers.html I hope the alternate works better.
This should help you get started with sharing your files and other devices with your Windows 7 machine. When I first started I was able to see the printer on XP Forgot about the advanced network settings. I'm running XP Media Center Edition (the other two computers that were accessing data from the Windows XP PC over the network are running Vista and Windows 7, and this error We run Windows XP Professional, service pack 3, on all machines.
I went back to the folder, right click properties >> select Sharing Tab >> select [Share …] button >> select ‘Everyone' from drop down >> select [Add] button >> chose ‘Everyone' Now it never does that. when i am on one of my XP machines i can see the shared folders but cannot access them. W7 can print.
thanks alot man. Get More Info Can ping it by number but not by name. I just bought a new computer and hooked it into my network. I can gain access to the box by simply typing ‘net use g: \\fnd\public'.
Very helpful and straightforward. Wed, 2011-10-05 21:24 by icedini After upgrading my main PC/Server running WinXP HE SP2 to XP HE SP3, the primary C: HDD and thumb drive were still reachable when shared. Found this Forum and ADDED the IRPStackSize as HEX 30. useful reference On the first computer (old), when I ping it from the new computer, I get a reply.
On the Share Permissions tab, set the permissions you want: To assign permissions to a shared folder to a user or group, click Add. I seem to spend more time under the hood instead of driving and my grand - kids cannot get to see the videos I promised to show them on the TV So what you should do 1) Make shore you have SP3, if not then install it 2) Run the network wizard after install Ofcourse it my not help you, but its
July 9, 2009 Mike I have three computers running XP operating system linked together in a virtual network. Tanner Williamson Cliff, I have to apologize. Does that work? If it is not listed, then add it and enable it. 2)Folder Options-follow previous post to enable Use simple file sharing(Recommended). 3)Services.msc-follow previous post to set Server service to Automatic and
Ironically, I do not have one single password anywhere on either system, since I despise passwords unless forced to use them. All Rights Reserved. Thanks much! http://wphomeguide.com/please-help/please-help-with-mysterious-problem.php Am I doing something else wrong?
It is one way to set up file sharing but I posted the DIY configuration method. If you need more details, I'll be happy to provide them. THANKS for the hint Login to post comments Windows 7 Fri, 2012-02-03 17:34 by admin Thanks for your report! Report El- Feb 11, 2010 at 09:13 AM Hi Alex, could you please let me know how you got Win 7 machine to access Windows XP shared folders, I am really
Let me know if you find anything, Thanks, Ken
btreloar wrote: I discovered that turning off WIndows Firewall is insufficient to keep it from turning itself back on. my setup is that they're both connected to a router December 30, 2009 mehylander thank you barkdust45. disqus_8NvNH4baa0 From a command prompt running as administrator type mmc. I have done the following in addition to running the wizard.
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