This worked when everything else did not !!!!!! Thanks Sheir. =) 1) in Kaspersky, check that Remote Desktop is allowed in trusted network Kaspersky->Settings->Firewall->Settings>Packet Rules tab -> Remote Desktop allow for Trusted Networks 2) Verify the ip address of Keeps wanting me to connect as \\myWindows7\myname which of course Vista has no knowledge of. Also it should work for new user name and password as well but sometimes it gets funky and you have to use that old name and password. his comment is here
password incorect LikeLike ykyuen says: May 25, 2012 at 01:10 Sorry Egri, i think i missed your comment. LikeLike Reply ykyuen says: April 14, 2011 at 23:21 Hi LQ, I dun have this experience before, but i think what u need is setting up a network bridge in Computer Thats all it is. and if you can connect to your neighbor's network, that's probably means that it should be not related to your win 7 settings.
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User Account Control warning may pop up - click "Yes" 5. I bought a brand new Win 7 64 bit PC and set it up 1.5 weeks ago. Can USBCrypt encrypt the C: drive? Select the Security Option under Local Policies 4.
Bob LikeLike Reply ykyuen says: November 10, 2009 at 12:54 you are welcome =) LikeLike Reply Ben T. You rock! When you find a policy item that contains the Power Users group, click to clear the Power Users check box and then click OK. 5. Windows 7 Connect To Windows 2000 Share I have removed Norton Antivirus and disables all W7 firewalls.
Thank You for your help. None of it worked. I have checked permisson and it is set to full... Compatibility issues with windows 7.
So the user names and passwords are local. Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share Not sure it will fix the problem, bit this would be my first step and will cause no damage at all to the computer. Really frustrating, I have been trying to solve for a month+ but still couldnt find a solution.. I was good until time changed.
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Happy sharing! You have set the local security policies in the new Win7 PC as i mentioned in this post but it does not work. (You may need to restart the win7 to Windows 2000 Cannot Connect To Windows 7 Share I am now able to do a NET USE command from my Win7 box to the C$ on my XP box. Windows 2000 Cannot Access Windows 7 Share Knowledge base on this error gives completely random responses, shooting in the dark.
Apply the settings. this content Why is it that whatever I try I just cannot get Windows 7 to play ball? I was getting mad about this problem until i saw your post! anyone can sharing another method? Windows 2000 Shared Folder
Also when I was running Win XP I could access the network hard drive wirelessly, but now with Win 7 the only way I'm able to connect to the network drive
LikeLike Reply ykyuen says: July 3, 2010 at 11:13 ya.
When I tried to connect via NET USE command line, got an incredibly useful "System error 5 has occurred." message.
If you follow the modifications to the Windows Security Police, other have noted here, that should fix the problem, at least that's been my experience.
I restarted again, the HDD couldnt not connect to my PC again. (The connection is direct connect from the HDD to PC).
I don't know why that changed.
The name is highlighted as "New Value #1" Change the name to LMCompatibilityLevel 12.
hope it can solve the problem =) LikeLike Randy says: May 18, 2010 at 01:14 Hi ykyuen, My credentials are stored in the "Credential Manager". Once I changed the time I was able to connect with no problems. Sunday, September 04, 2011 5:21 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello, I was having an issue going from my Win7 Pro 64 bit PC which was on weblink Report spinner- May 10, 2011 11:28PM 3 years later ,still good advice..problem solved.....Cheers.
I switched my drop down to "Classic - local users authenticate as themselves" and rebooted. Ntlm 2 answered here many times...click the start button and type secpol.msc in the search function. Hope it works for you.
Report dreamer1623› hari - Jun 25, 2009 05:32PM I can't find the ip address.
It said the password is not valid! Tuesday, August 28, 2012 10:41 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote The solution may be simpler then you think. Try right click and install the above applications in compatibility mode. Lmcompatibilitylevel Windows 7 Problems with Sites that Use SSL If the problem is only with sites that require a secure or SSL connection, you might want to troubleshoot the browsers ability to connect using SSL.
Can you tell us what registry key to change? Access is denied. do you mean it is inaccessible suddenly? 2. check over here Happy sharing!
Try adding a DWORD value of "LmCompatibilityLevel" with a value of "1" to: HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa It won't exist so you'll have to make it. I have been searching for hours trying to fix this and I did just what you said and it worked...wonderful!!!!