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Again that's great ! My PC has an account but can not acces folders. Ask a new question Read More Windows Dashboard Servers Related Resources Windows 2003 file server sub folders permmision solved Should I Add a NAS to Windows Home Server 2011 User account Is domain same (ie workgroup), etc Ok ill give that a test tonight MKube402 View Public Profile Find all posts by MKube402 (#13) MKube402 Master Guru have a peek at this web-site
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I do not want other family members messing with this share so I gave the homegroup users no access to that share, but I gave myself read-write access to that share. After doing that, I can connect... For the USB drive, does the disk become inaccessible or experience any other sort of issues? Installed this then restarted and was OK again.
Or is it just appearing the event log? move via TeraCopy). Do this means we have to choose between granular security and PlayTo? Windows Cannot Access Network Share Do we know Ford's old name?
So I can manually fix this problem but it doesn't stay fixed. Build me a brick wall! Homegroup security overrides user-based security. Create new, good share with good name (e.g.
And sure enough, you can type in that user name and password here, check "Remember my credentials" and be on your merry way. There's just one problem. Windows 10 Cannot Access Shared Folder Also, the annoying green bar starts crawling on top of the screen. This provides a ton of advantages related to PC-to-PC sync settings and more. Back to top #10 Christopher (Drashna) Christopher (Drashna) Customer and Technical Support Administrators 6,261 posts LocationSan Diego, CA, USA Posted 24 July 2014 - 06:28 PM Okay, it could be the
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but I shouldn't have to? Is it possible to hand start modern planes? Windows 8 Cannot Access Shared Folder kbal View Public Profile Find all posts by kbal (#15) persiomenezes Newbie Videocard: 16gb Processor: Intel Core i7 Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard: PSU: Font 01-06-2016, 19:49 | posts: 1 Windows 8 Shared Folder Not Accessible If it does, your username and password aren't the same.
Then, close PC Settings. To access the PCs connected to the homegroup over the home network, you will need to use the Homegroup node in the Navigation pane of Windows http://macinstruct.net/cannot-access/windows-cannot-access-the-specified-device-appropriate-permissions-to-access.html From here, check where it says "Share this folder" and then give it a unique share name that is different than any other shared folders you have. That's how the Windows 7 team wants it to work; the HSBS team is just along for the ride. The permissions or settings did not change. Install Client For Microsoft Networks
Login or register to post comments Charlie952 on May 20, 2014 I don't know if there was an answer to the question asked by Turbo_987 as to what would one do I've tried every possible combination I can think of. Then, enter the homegroup password to join the homegroup. After the connection is made, determine which folders to share through the homegroup and whether to share media devices. Source File sharing is enabled on Office and Server machine.
Back to top #5 greggerca greggerca Member Members 12 posts Posted 23 July 2014 - 05:45 PM Hi there, So I think I have finally remedied (or made HomeGroups behave) the You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource This method was "Point and Click". As for the WIndows Search, this may help: http://wiki.covecube...ePool_Q7200705B For the "Controller Error", is this happening when the USB drive is under heavy usage?
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But I can't access the share either... To be honest, I would recommend removing/disabling the homegroups and go back to a "work group" layout. Homegroup will make everything available and over ride the User permissions set in the Dashboard. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Windows 10 But I can't access the share either...
D:\Videos) Move to DrivePool (-> Z:\Videos which is where it was) Lather, rinse repeat... Since this was a recent purchase of Win 7 I went to the MS website and found I qualified for free support from MS. Create a new folder and share it and make sure it works as it should. have a peek here Although, I'm not clear if your problem with with WHS or Win7...
Apply and close all of the Properties and Sharing dialogue boxes on your WHS2011, and then switch back to your workstation PC where you have WHS Dashboard installed. But it did work and I see not a trace of green at the top of windows explorer. So I think DrivePool is somehow damaged. Ben Ogilvie http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/whsvailbeta/thread/170846cc-4a0d-4958-a9ee-eba409d12fd4 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave
The other login is only for sharing purposes. Now I have a new problem that has me stumped. i don't get it Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Klaas 0 Newbie Members 0 4 posts Posted April 25, 2011 Yes, ran into the same Also, the green bar also starts crawling at a snail pace.
Here is a pic of there error MKube402 View Public Profile Find all posts by MKube402 (#2) alanm Ancient Guru Videocard: 1070 AMP! I wouldn't have violated my PC prime directive, never ever change something that is working, except for three reasons. It just doesnt work and needs a complete 3rd party replacement. These folders are accessible on the PC's but only because of the Homegroup users.
so something like \\192.168.1.2 and see if can access it with that method. share|improve this answer answered Oct 6 '14 at 17:04 Andrei 1184 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Open Dashboard on your workstation PC, and now go to Server Folders and Hard Drives. The Search thing I discovered afterward - "Music" wasn't indexing in DrivePool and I couldn't figure out why...