Now make sure you have selected the desired Sharing and Discovery settings. #4 Verify Firewall Status and Settings To check if the firewall is holding up sharing in Windows XP or I am glad you're making head-way with your mixed network Vista and XP. Why do some banks have more than one routing number in the US? Right-click the Network and Sharing Center icon and click Network and Sharing Center. http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/cannot-access/vista-cannot-access-shared-folder.php
Jun 15, 2008 #17 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,384 +105 Pretty much.. This worked perfectly and I really appreciate all your screen shots and easy to follow and understand steps. The problem is only with Windows7, on windows xp its working.. I'm not able to see my dad's laptop even that his laptop is turned on.
Can't Access Shared Folder Windows 7
I believe I’ve... I setup my wireless correctly and everything seems to be working fine, but what I would like to learn is how to setup a wireless network in order to share files click on network Do you see any of the listed XP computers listed here? 3. Click the Create button and close out of the New User screen.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010 2:38 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote ramon_ot....thanks. Thanks for your help. Rek AvilesAug 28, 2013, 7:20 PM This works for me: Right-click folder > Share with > Specific people > in the drop down menu bar, select "Everyone" and click add > Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware
So you want me to add my username as a new user account to my sister and dad's PC? Now youâ€™ll have access to the Public folder contents. Then right-click any open area an select New User. do I need the same settings that I made in my desktop vista PCif I want to connect another laptop to my network that has vista on it?
On the XP machine go into My Network Places and under Network Tasks click on View Workgroup Computers. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission All computers should be in the same workgroup for computer browsing to function properly. Wednesday, September 10, 2008 3:59 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have finally figured this thing out!! Few more questions...
XP is mshome and vista is workgroup.
Good test bed to see if all the PCs under the same user password and login ID.
Open the Network of workgroups then click on view network (discovery does the system shown your network layout.
I have the same problem.
Now what's the next image look like when you click on view full map?
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Then you have to login as your sister and see and then your dads login and see what happens.
If using the advanced method, click on the Permissions button.
Can't Access Shared Folder Windows 10
That network icon can be changed to a house image very easy to do and plus you should give the workgroup a name: So instead of NETWORK it could be called Go into Computer Management and create a new userâ€¦ Now from the Vista machine double click on the XP machine icon, enter the password, then access the folders and files you Can't Access Shared Folder Windows 7 Hi! Windows Cannot Access Shared Drive This error is directly related with lost network sharing (Xp --> 7).
When vista tried getting files from the xp it came up with the error no access 0x80070005. have a peek at these guys If not then look in the services.msc and make sure Computer Browser service is started and set to auto and Network Connections. For now, if you're on DHCP or Auto IP, change the IP's to Manual IP. __________________ Networking Articles & Tutorials Preposting Requirements 03-27-2010, 04:48 AM #3 gskiado Registered Member So what we need to do is add the XP Machine as a user. Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share
If you can't connect to the Internet either, also try resetting the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Workgroup Is Not Accessible. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Here is also an image of my full network map. After disabling this i was able access the shared folder through my XP system.
How do you go looking for and determine missing computers?
Some changes can actually take up to 45 minutes or so! Type “IRPStackSize”, and then press ENTER to name the value. (Note Type IRPStackSize exactly as it is displayed. How;s it look? Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp go to that folder that you are trying to share (example) "PUBLIC" folder - right click - advanced sharing - then collapse the "home/workgroup" then drop down the arrow on "PUBLIC"
I found this forum while searching in google for some answers and I'm having aproblem with my wireless network. Reply With Quote 26th January 2010,18:03 #3 davidjones2649 Beginner Join Date Dec 2008 Location Pembrokeshire, UK Posts 12 The problem stays exactl the same with AVG and Avast. Thanks, Mysticgeek March 18, 2010 Yash Also check Opera Unite i think its better than this cause your not limited to Windows. this content In the command prompt window that opens, type type the following commands: PING each remote computer by IP address, and if successful, PING by name.
I've tried all sorts of things and can't get it to... Any help on this?I have Windows Live OneCare installed and setup for sharing, turned off firewall too and that didn't work.Vista you have wasted so many hours of my life and Ask ! None of us are using password in order to log in into windows.
If you have multiple versions of Windows on your home network, youâ€™ll now be able to access files and folders from each of them. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Here we take a look at sharing between a Vista and XP on your home network. In Vista, click the Change Settings link to get to the actual Windows Firewall settings.
Thanks a lot! July 8, 2011 Ray I thought this was going to be the fix until I when to computer management and found no ‘Local Users and Groups' in the tree July 8,