To bridge a network, go to the Network icon in the Task Bar, right-click and select the Open Network and Sharing Center, select Change Adapter Settings, and right-click on the NIC The default value is 20000000 (0x20000000) change it to 0 (0x00000000) if needed. Microsoft help is non-existent. Sign up now. this contact form
Edit restrictanonymous with the value of 0 4. Edit restrictanonymous with the value of 0 4. If so, you will need to change the networking system to one that XP can use. Using your windows 7 pc, right click on the folder, properties, sharing.
So as in previous OS upgrades I just added another HD to my computer and put Win 7 on it so that I could boot either OS and switch over when I sure it is a setting somewhere, but why is this so difficult. I think lots of people elsewhere are making it harder than they need to. Do the same for Windows 7 Home Premium as well.
Writing a recommendation letter for a student I reported for academic dishonesty Difference between \the, \showthe and \show commands? Report wires and plugs 53Posts Monday January 26, 2009Registration date April 24, 2010 Last seen - Apr 5, 2010 01:56AM I have / had this same problem and did the same The same shared folder is no longer accessible from the XP machines. Windows Server 2003 Shared Folder Not Accessible Work network. @XaviR - No password.
Drivers for what? Microsoft Kb 913628 Tried everthing including removing McAffee firwall. Report bobthebuilder- Apr 21, 2010 10:03PM microsoft can give you an answer but they'll charge you like $60 to put you through to advanced networking, and they'll tell you step by Permissions verified.
Helpful +18 Report JA Nov 17, 2009 04:02PM Thank you for the answer about changing the Win 7 Network settings to "Work" rather than "Home" group. Restrictanonymoussam Please try again now or at a later time. i thought you had the other problem. Both users are part of a domain group, "CAD Users", that have admin rights on both workstations, and obviously to that folder.
From time to time the WXP workstations fails to connect to a shared folder on the Win7 workstation ( It works ok from win7 to Wxp or win7 to win7). Any help would be appreciated. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share by jimmymes / November 20, 2009 7:28 AM PST In reply to: Network setup I know all this and have read this document 4 or 5 times and done everything it Windows 7 Shared Folder Not Accessible From Xp I also can access all shared folders and drives on the XP machines but when I try to access WIN7 machine from any XP pc i get the message that access
Why is Titanic's Astor asking if Jack is from the Boston Dawsons? weblink I changed the value to 3. I see the XP machine, but can't access it. Post your question to the Microsoft Answer Forum (Files, Folders, and Search) with a detailed description of how you are sharing, what works and what does not. The Specified Server Cannot Perform The Requested Operation Xp
Day later Win 7 quit playing again. I get a "login failure: the user has not been granted the requested login type at this computer" I can use the printer though. #19 by Steve on November 3, 2010 All systems should at least respond with a blank window when you send a UNC request. –Doltknuckle May 16 '11 at 22:12 Because the system is joined to a http://webinweb.net/windows-7/windows-7-unable-to-delete-folder-thumbs-db.html That's it.
Windows 7 should also have the Guest account enabled with the right permissions, since the XP machines might identify themselves as Guest (unless you have taken other steps). Windows Xp Cannot Connect To Windows 7 Thanks! i should mention i can access the dvd drive ,the cd drive, and the printer.
I can't get the new PC to recognize the old XP PC and can't even go online with the XP. My hopes have been dashed again. The error message is "you may not have permissions to use this resource". Cannot Access Windows 7 Share From Xp Please help as I've lost most of a weeks work/income trying to deal with this.
If you have it ON, you will be asked for a username and password when you try to access a Vista computer from an XP computer. To find other computers running Windows Vista, open these ports: *UDP 3702 *TCP 5357 *TCP 5358 To find other computers running earlier versions of Windows, and to use file and printer Any suggestions? http://webinweb.net/windows-7/windows-7-unable-to-access-windows-2000-share.html Thanks. #11 by jlucard on June 17, 2010 - 11:05 am Reply Quote Seen a lot of tutorials about how to do this but none of them said anything about the
Any help would be appreciated. A value of 26 dec sorted my woes. All done. by jimmymes / November 23, 2009 1:28 AM PST In reply to: SAME PROBLEM!
Under that scheme, and with a peer-to-peer, each machine that will be ‘visited' by you must also have/recognize a user, ‘you', with the exact same password as ‘you' are using. #32 Another problem I have is when I upgraded my SolidWorks software to another version and installed it (only) on my Win 7 drive I was told that I had to name Cancel Reply Type your comment here Authenticate this comment using OpenID. Edit the forceguest in the Registry Key Lsa from 0 to 1 (0 = Credentials needed, 1 = Guest Only) and click OK.
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-networking/14569-i-cant-access-shared-folder-2.html Mohamed Abd Elhamid Abd Elaziz Microsoft System Administrator Abdul Samad Al Qurashi Co. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Windows XP to 7 file sharing by floydjpz / December 5, 2009 10:45 AM PST In reply to: Solution for Tara. You won't Believe what the Three Biggest Gotchas are in Installing Exchange 2007 SP1 on Server 2008 R2 are; At Least For me… » Windows 7 Can't View XP Share?…Turn off
Hi i've turned off my norton anti virus realTime protection on win xp machine and then try to access shared files, but i'm facing the same problem.http://www.codeproject.com/KB/codegen/DatabaseHelper.aspx Sunday, July 17, 2011 Gunnar in Sweden http://www.filmtuben.se/index.php Report Gunnar- Jun 15, 2010 04:16PM I simply shut of f-secure firewall and engaged windows firewall. Then, restart your computer. I didn't want to switch my computer from XP Pro to Win 7 all in one step as I wanted to make sure Win 7 didn't cause me any problems.
This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. ” Hi I've tried to follow, but win xp does not have network security. I have two xp machines both sp2. Tara Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Same problem by floydjpz / December 6, 2009 2:53 AM PST In reply to: homegroup or workgroup Yes, both computers have the ugh I feel stupid, but thank you once again!
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