In Network and Sharing Center it is critical on Vista machine that you have your network configured as Private and that the Sharing and Discovery Settings are set to ON except It took me almost a week to get everything working right. asked 4 years ago viewed 2525 times active 2 years ago Visit Chat Related 1Internet connection sharing (Windows Vista/Windows 7 or Windows Vista/Ubuntu)?0Can't ping my computer - “Transmit failed. When you are done, then turn back on the firewalls and test out your network. weblink
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Example DLINK DIR-655 shows up like the model it looks like. by [email protected] · 6 years ago In reply to Why can't my Vista machin ... click on network and sharing center 4. I hope this helps although I apologize for not supplying the exact Windows dialogue boxes.
But I may be wrong Try the checklist in this post: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/sharing-file-with-windows-7-home-premium-laptop/8f8200ee-c2c5-44bf-af54-cdda4cae22a6 share|improve this answer edited Sep 30 '12 at 18:58 answered Sep 30 '12 at 18:33 Serge 2,56959 add a
blanket rule: always turn off all firewalls to test first Helpful +0 Report babznme Mar 28, 2009 11:19AM Hi, after watching the forum for awhile, I deccided to see if Microsoft
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test after first turning firewalls off, and test using LANspy to view open UDP and TCP ports on your LAN Jun 11, 2008 #12 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,384
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Not step-wise diagnostics, just clarification.In RE turning-off the firewall ...
One other proof of this is my work LAN, where some people can access other people's computers, but others can't, and there is no rule! WinXP and Vista machines have different default workgroup names. Credit to AlexR Saturday, March 17, 2007 2:21 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had the same problem, but in my case the problem was leftover remnants if you run bare (no firewall or other security progs) on WinXP do the results change?
Any suggestions on how to run down the cause of this would be greatly appreciated. So you want me to add my username as a new user account to my sister and dad's PC? The trickiest part is making sure you add the appropriate local user. If they don't then you get that error.
See the article at: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913628. has been working fine until power outage, now I can ping the w7 machine from all xp machines but can not ping xp from w7 machine. Looking good! How can I claim compensation?
The data at hand would seem to indiate that this particular firewall only protects the IPv4 stack, however. have a peek at these guys The best way is to reboot your Vista machine and see if you can input your Username and password again. To get started I suggest you FIRST disconnect your network from the internet (for your protection), then disable ALL firewalls (including Windows firewall) on ALL machines, and then work to get Report Etexan- Mar 10, 2010 09:36AM SuperDave, Your suggestion was spot on.
The printer immediately showed up in the printers list on the remote PC. Not the answer you're looking for? Still not the problem. check over here The computers are running XPSP3 and the severs are running 2003.
They have names too beside the SSID. Crazy! the workgroup name is the same on both boxes. Your thoughts are appreciated.
The example below shows a Network Map without knowing how to place David XP computer at all, and I thought this Network Map is not working well.
I've seen it cache DNS's, gateways, etc, and then using the cached information on different networks.. Vista had no problem, but the XP machine would not allow the network through until weshut off the firewalls on both. I will probably never know the exact formula. Vista is not the one with the trouble really.
All my Ubuntu Linux 8.04 and 8.10 systems could happily see these shares, as well as a Windows XP system. Good luck ... Thanks a bunch. this content December 31, 2010 Keith Hi, I have a problem with sharing a printer on windows 7.
Map a Network Drive from XP to Windows 7 Sharing between Vista and Windows 7 Another scenario you might run into is having to share files and printers between a Vista You can get there by right clicking on the red M next to the clock and select Open Security Center or go to start and select it. at least it did for me.