December 28, 2009 Toni Thanks SOOOOOOOOOO much! Still can't say exactly what the answer was, because I had previously tried logging on in this way, although not against Vista SP2. When I click on the W7 boxes from the XP box I get the the message “\\desktop_W7 is not accessible. If it doesn't hold to *$&^%^# with it, I'll share files with a thumb drive 'til MS and/or McAffee get their act together. useful reference
Can ping it by number but not by name. Why don't they just use the Unix model, which is simple and effective. That fixed it for me. You must change every permission to everyone manyally for everything you wish to share.
Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder
Obviously, Microsoft technicians could have resolved this issue-or at least posted a few more instructions. Eventaully used add printers on XP and manually typed in the address of the printer (case matters for the address e.g. \\Grainnecourt-PC\EPSONStylusPhoto(Copy 2) and it worked! Going from my XP box to my Win7 worked fine though, as long as I provided correct user credentials. Your comment worked great and the problem was solved.
October 7, 2009 Carey I followed the instructions with a windows 7 wireless laptop and xp home main machine. I actually validated that by changing the clock again I had re-introduced the problem. It accessed the older shares with no problems. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission Helpful +0 Report Darmar Apr 22, 2010 09:14AM Hi all.
How or what is needed to have this work for networking through windows 7 and XP? XP1 can see shares on Win7 and XP2. So, to cut a long story short, turn off UAC if the time sync suggestion doesn't work. Saturday, July 03, 2010 4:22 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This has been so frustrating for me.
I don’t get error or anything asking for passwords I just can’t see folders. Windows Cannot Access Shared Drive I made a big mistake by letting Microsoft run the updates on the servers now i have nothing but problems. On the XP PC Do Start/Run/regedit. Rebooting the XP machines does not resolve the issue.
Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share
Happy sharing! so much for this forum being a lot of help. Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder I had already started banging my head against the wall just as i'm sure you did. Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 Almost towards the bottom, there should be a "File Sharing Connections" section, which is probably defaulted to the 128-bit encryption.
January 4, 2010 Gen Oophs - sorry about the typos in my earlier comment January 4, 2010 David Many thanks Pal. see here I disable password protecting for shared folders and the windows xp machine STILL askes for a password. June 28, 2011 Kent B I have figured out my own problem…. When I set up the computer I attached the router to the new computer. Windows 7 Shared Folder You Do Not Have Permission To Access
I have NOD32 firewall running… in both machines. Anyone know? Prior to installing Win 7 on one of the Desktops my network worked as one would expect.......NOW......I'm here looking for solutions. this page User name?
when i am on one of my XP machines i can see the shared folders but cannot access them. Can't Access Network Drive Windows 7 Why oh why do Microsoft make everything so bloody difficult..?? For Windows 7, open a Windows Explorer window and go to Network.
Interestingly, My Windows 7 pro machine could see and access files on all my other computers.
December 21, 2009 Mike I'm trying to connect to a printer in a win xp machine from my win7 laptop. But it can't see the new desktop at all. Enter “gpedit.msc” in the Start Search box. 2. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 November 23, 2009 flick These instructions were great!