Any suggestions? Public folder sharing is on. I tried for a while to fix it but had no look. Let's get this forum fired up and get security to the forefront . useful reference
I am connected to the network, Internet is working fine but only this problem. 54996 Network & Sharing Print for all computers on the same home networkReally appreciate your computer knowledge. But not Windows Vista, XP I did all the steps and it worked until i tried assigning the last laptop a static ip, so i just set them all to dynamic. Proposed as answer by CBHOUND Wednesday, March 21, 2012 9:33 AM Saturday, May 23, 2009 9:32 AM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote ...(share some folder on all pc's)1. Control Panel > System and Security> System "See Name of this computer" > Change Settings.........
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using right click on local or wireless internet connection (depending on type of connection you are using). IvorTollah. I entered my laptop's name and it doesn't have a password so I just pressed enter but it still doesn't work. Password protected sharing is on.
Network & Sharing Share drive between two computers on the same networkHi guys, I have two computers on a large desk side by side. I found that the update had changed several of the networking services to manually start, but even after fixing that and ensuring they were running I had no luck. Do I need to make any changes to the firewall?BTW, I'm using Windows 7 RC1.Any help appreciated.CheersBruceTCP/IP Configuration:Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share Also make sure network discovery is turned on. –Vinayak Aug 4 '14 at 23:10 If that doesn't work, try creating a homegroup and make W7 participate in the homegroup
It wanted my mypcname\sharename and then password. You Don't Have Permission To Access Windows 7 Sharing Rant for the day: Why has the ease of networking in Win NT 4.0 been replaced by the convenience of networking in Windows 7? If your printer has an LCD display, you may be able to find the IP address by scrolling through the printer settings. What's odd is I tried making my own homegroup, and I was able to, but when my friend tried to join it he got an error message saying he couldn't join.
So when I want to access it from the 7 machine, it will ask for the username and pass. (just like xp to xp machines do) I have read far and Windows Cannot Access Network Share Windows 7 Thursday, May 21, 2009 7:35 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I don't know if this will help. You are correct that I can delete the duplicates - however they seem to reappear at odd times with no rhyme or reason.
August 31, 2016 CoolHappyGuy I have my printer I have9 Windows Xp, Vista, NAS, all on a home network with the same Workgroup name.
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Find More Posts by clarck . 13 May 2010 #2 madmansam win7 ultimate 32 , 64 ,XP 181 posts Uk & Egypt Have you enabled sharing??? November 20, 2014 POPULAR CATEGORYOperating system39Internet Errors17HDD & SSD16BSOD Blue Screen16Software12Knowledgeable Topics12Hardware11RAM11Graphic Card10 ABOUT USMy name is Madhur Tj (Author) and Deskdecode is a blog type website where I covered the Can't Access Computer On Network Windows 10 I just don't have any kind of modem ! Connecting To Another Computer On My Network Windows 7 Tried everything suggested in several of these threads, plus some things not mentioned.
A once working homegroup connection on my Windows 7 x64 is now not working. - PC #2 can access my files - My PC cannot access PC #2's files. Window Cannot Access Network Windows 7 Again, your first step is making sure the printer is connected to a PC and that you can print to it. It would seem to me that is should be the opposite?
So we went back to him making the homegroup, me joining it, but with the same problems at the end of the line.
Like a bad date, at best it's on again, off again. Some printers even have a dedicated easy connect button that can set up the Wi-Fi for you. It should not be this difficult, and certainly seems like a step backwards.Wayne Sunday, November 14, 2010 3:53 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had big problem Windows Cannot Access Error Code 0x80004005 Now do the same with yr XP machines.
nikorrJan 18, 2012, 2:04 PM This topic has been closed by Nikorr. It lists everything in the order I consider most efficient and effective, with every step containing all commands needed for that particular step. When this setting is disabled, the documents are rendered on the computer to which the printer is attached. Get More Info My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU AMD Phenom 2 720 Motherboard Gigabyte AM3 Memory 4 GB Graphics Card GTX 260 Sound Card Onboard Monitor(s) Displays 2 PSU Corsair
I looked at the reg HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\ fix and also that the right network services were running.