the point of doing that (with the internet connection closed-down, of course) is to see if the problem can be isolated there. or is it wireless? Sunday, March 23, 2008 4:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello to all new to the Vista compatibility nightmare (myself) and those who have been struggling with Monday, December 03, 2007 12:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote When I turned on my new Vista machine in my XP home network workgroup, all computers saw
Still not quite sure why it "forgot" them after a routine Windows update although I could ping them via their IP addresses, etc. Helpful +1 Report DONTHINK Feb 1, 2009 01:00PM im really dumb when it comes to computers but somehow I set up all 3 computers on me home network and printer sharing And yes, they are all on the same workgroup except for the Ubuntu machine, but that's not an issue anyway. Both could see each other over the network and I was sharing files back and forth.
It wasn't quick but it did work, eventually.
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I have an exact oposite of the problem described here by a few people. The solution was this, from the link above (the solution actually was found by this person as a post on microsoft.com): "Just want to share what I have discovered with Go to the Zone tab of Firewall settings in ZoneAlarm free version. Make sure it isn't disabled, if it is set it on automatic and then hit "start" and then you should see that computer on the network.
Checked the security settings for all Public Folders, sub-folders and files and set all users to Full Control. But Vista could not see it thanks to Norton firewall. thank you for any help you can give See more Can't see all computers on XP home network My workgroup computers not showing See XP Can't see all computers on XP Then choose Add Printer.Choose Add a local printer.
I was trying, but didn't indicate, to be more general. Is calling a function with local side-effects twice in the same expression undefined behavior? Just a nicety, this enables the network map in Vista to show all machines on the network. 5) And the final step: check the registry on your WinXP machine per MS After changing it to 0, the Vista was able to access the XP instantly. I was like a magic for that moment.
Saturday, October 27, 2007 3:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote hi, I am actually having thesame problem here regarding workgroups with Winxp and Vista, heres the scenarioWe have a peek at these guys I cannot comment on that, but can say that my firewall understanding is based on many, many threads over the past 3 years. You might not have permission to use this network resource. I'm having the same problem.
Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not thank you for your help--this is driving me crazy! It appears, if I am understanding you correctly, that you do not think that my XP computer is in a workgroup. check over here It is still set at 1.
It immediately returns with the invalid login popup. //i have tried rebooting, many many times now. TerryNet, Jul 1, 2008 #6 philly6000 Thread Starter Joined: Jul 1, 2008 Messages: 4 The funny nbtstat response isn't because file sharing wasn't enabled, but rather because "Client for Microsoft Networks" Helpful +0 Report hempi23 Jul 11, 2009 01:07AM I have an Xp64 and couldn't see any computer on the network, even with firewall (ICS service) disabled.
When I finally turned Norton Firewall off altogether, I still could not discover the other computers, but I could at least use \\ ivia "Tools" in the "Network and Sharing
patch that everyone has recommended, disabling simple file sharing on the XP, making the network into a private secure network, and so far I have had no luck. Solved: Vista can see XP, but XP can't see Vista Discussion in 'Networking' started by philly6000, Jul 1, 2008. Thank you to all. However, I can see the Vista shares only when I do it on the Vista PC itself.
Now her Vista laptop sees all the printers on all the desktop machines. Please Help Reply With Quote 26th January 2010,16:56 #2 roraniel Gold Member Join Date Oct 2008 Location Pinehurst, NC Posts 860 What AV are you using? Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! this content Report Kelly from CA- Jan 10, 2010 08:58AM SuperDave, This worked like a charm!
How many network administrators there are supposed to be inb the world? Shortcuts 2600+ Routers 65535 Ports FAQs Glossary SG Broadband Tools SG IP Locator SG Network Tools SG Security Scan SG Speed Test TCP/IP Analyzer TCP/IP Optimizer Home » Faq » Windows But again, only C210 (1 of 5 of the XP machines) is having this problem. Instead of selecting from the drop down list I selected "have disc" and actually loaded the HP drivers by putting in the cd that came with the printer. Probably doesn't make a
Most of my systems are now Ubuntu Linux, but I have one XP system for "legacy" software (mainly PC games for the kids) and one Vista system for current compatibility (everything However I have one computer running NT 4.0. I ran www.snapfiles.com/get/winsockxpfix.html on my XP machine and it screwed up a firewall settings. Wireless Networks and WEP Broadband Routers Wireless Firewalls / VPNs Software Hardware User Reviews Belkin F5D5230 Compex NetPassage 15B D-Link DI-701 Linksys BEFSR41 Router SOHOWARE BroadGuard NBG800 WebRamp 700s ZyXEL Prestige
With the LLTD Responder, a computer running Windows XP can respond to other Windows Vista computers on the network that are attempting to create a network map. To install the On the XP machine, although the Network card (NIC) had File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks checked/enabled, it did not have "Client for Microsoft Networks" checked. I can see the Vista machine and its shares from the Win2k and XP pc's but cannot see anything from the new Vista box. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
There are 4 node types: peer-peer, broadcast, mixed and hybrid. Monday, April 14, 2008 8:28 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks to all who have responded with suggestions. Yes, all 4 computers are domain : workgroup and I was going crazy trying to figure out why none of the remote computers would print...I followed the steps you outlined and we're back up and running!