Helpful +0 Report Superdave Feb 13, 2009 08:09PM My printer sharing problem was caused by McAfee, and I'm hoping the solution might work with Norton. Hi all. President interred in Washington D.C. (or interred in a church) is the 28th President Woodrow Wilson who is encased in a tomb in the National Cathedral. I will NOT be at my home Vista machine until next Sunday, so I can not try any of your suggestions until then. http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/vista-cannot/vista-cannot-see-xp-computer.php
DISABLE PASSWORD CAUSES PROBLEM You suggested, "The same type of file sharing needs to be set on both computers - password protected sharing or non PW protected sharing (everyone has access)." May 12, 2010 Cheryl I am so glad I found you. I also have a laptop running Vista home. Make sure there is a listing for File and Printer Sharing and it has a check in the box.
When I run task manager says CPU usage is 100%. Now back on the XP computer when you double-click on the Vista machine, your prompted to log in. My Vista can't open XP shared folders This is a discussion on My Vista can't open XP shared folders within the File and Application Sharing forums, part of the Tech Support That's why I'm curious as to why XP can only access Vista if Vista has a password and XP never had one.
What do I have to enable or disable to get it to work. Jun 11, 2008 #13 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 tipstir said: Thanks for the pictures it really helps to fix your problem.. Quote: "ERROR APPLYING SECURITY" When I clicked "Yes" to accept my new entry, I got an 6 unnerving popups stating, "Error Applying Security" "An error occurred while applying security information to: July 23, 2010 carl Hammonds I have 3 systems in my network 2 windows 7 and an XP.
My desktop PC has 7. I changed the properties of the folder I could see but not share using my Vista machine, and when I do that, I can share any folder. Then making the home network. I Right-clicked tons of folders, accessed their Properties, and Advanced Sharing, and gave permissions for Everyone to have full control - I did this for both the XP and the Vista.
March 9, 2010 amozai Great information. Thanks for trying Fred, but now my XP can't open Vista files like before. Right-click the folder you want to share and choose Properties 2. Check file sharing again.
Thanks for your reply and all your help. Error code : 0x80070005 Acess is denied. I can see each machine from each machine on my network page. For the past 2 months something is not right with our home computer, and I donít know what.
It took away XP's ability to access the Vista files. this content Both computers are in the MSHOME workgroup and Vista has file sharing enabled. Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more. December 31st, 1969 7:00pm I tried everything and nothing worked until I read an earlier post here.
Some changes can actually take up to 45 minutes or so! Can we test all 3 computers using only the wired LAN connection? And wait and retest about 15 minutes to re-verify it still looks the same. http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/vista-cannot/vista-cannot-connect-to-xp-computer.php The same usernames and passwords exist, simple file sharing enabled or disabled doesn't make difference, guest account enabled/disabled makes no difference, it is the same workgroup name across all computers.
in my windows vista desktop pc when I go to network I only see my sister's pc and my own desktop pc. You are done. All setting are same as before outage using cat 5 with a switch, I tried new switch same problem.
All computers are using the basic Windows Firewall.
Images: Windows XP SP3 Pro error when trying to open my desktop vista PC: http://img294.imageshack.us/img294/3706/pic1sa3.jpg Network full map: http://img74.imageshack.us/img74/8825/pic2ez5.jpg Jun 11, 2008 #11 LookinAround Ex Tech Spotter Posts: 6,491 Otherwise... When XP asks Vista for permission to access its files, you are replying from the XP machine that you are the Vista user with the appropriate Vista password. XP sees Vista, Linux/UNIX see it, but some Vista machines don't see other Vistas, yet some others do!
my remaining error is that acces denied :D BTW its ok... View all 6 comments Report Dalnutt- Apr 3, 2009 10:34PM Go to control panel/admin tools/services/server. The Windows Club | TWC News Reply With Quote 15th February 2010,00:53 #6 Dynosaur New Member Join Date Feb 2010 Posts 3 Originally Posted by HappyAndyK Thanks for sharing davidjones2649 Hope check over here Right click on it from the pop up menu select Share with then click on Advanced settings a.
Here are some images of the error message when trying to view my desktop vista pc from my dad's laptop XP. And yes, I disabled homegroup, and put all machines on the same workgroup. Click on Advanced (box or tab) d. then you want me to log in to my sister's pc and dad's pc with the username that I just added?
thenthe shared folders on my xp with correct permissions.I dont know if thats a fix for the rest of you, but somehow it fixed my problems with my setup. In a perfect world, getting your computers with different Microsoft operating systems to network would be as easy as clicking a button.