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do u know whats the cause of this problem or how to fix it? January 9, 2010 Skarr ARG! :) I followed this set up, I got the win 7 machine to see my XP machine. Thanks December 18, 2009 damnjan Thanks man, help me a lot. Props to Network Magic for diagnosing the fault correctly. this contact form
I used this procedure myself for my computers at home: How to make Windows 7 work with older Windows versions for networking and file sharing. Granted, I'm not a networking wizard, but I've followed all the above steps precisly, several times, over several hours checking and rechecking all the steps a dozen times or so. Regarding the procedure, am I missing something or is there no point at which any folders are shared in the first place ? I haven't tried the registry hack above yet - might try that now. #24 chillywinter, Dec 30, 2010 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored
Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder On Xp
Thanks. The LAN-Sync is a nice feature and you have access to previous revisions of every file if you have the Pat-Rack option. Go to Network Connections and right-click your ethernet connection and choose Properties. Any help very gratefully received.
December 12, 2009 Tim Trine: These instructions did not help me, either-but I did find a fix. Adding the local port allowed me to print. If i understood, If you're saying giving explicit permissions to the user not Group. Workgroup Is Not Accessible Xp So I'm stuck.
I've read heaps of forums and tryed everything and nothing. The Specified Server Cannot Perform The Requested Operation Windows Xp Error message 2: Network Error Windows cannot access \\FAMILYEAST\Documents You do not have permission to access \\FAMILYEAST\Documents. I replaced it with a Netgear Wireless G 37.95 from Walmart and all the problems disappeared. by notwithstanding / November 12, 2009 9:18 AM PST In reply to: Update Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - please foward me the souloution to this annoying problem!
Recently when I tried accessing the server, it asked me for a username and password, which it shouldn't. Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 7 Like I mentioned earlier, everything works good for a while. anybody can help i have to pc win xp and win7 both are guoup same i can access win xp from win7 but from xp i cant access win7 shared files but it still does not even recognize the windows 7.
The Specified Server Cannot Perform The Requested Operation Windows Xp
Although I didn’t have that issue when sharing the root of a hard drive installed in my pc. I just ran into this. Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder On Xp Reboot the Win 7 machine and all is working again. Microsoft Kb 913628 Drivers for what?
My Windows 7 machines did not care if the server and computers were on different workgroups but XP would not let me open shared folders on a different workgroup. http://macinstruct.net/cannot-access/windows-7-cannot-access-network-share-xp.html etc. Both users are part of a domain group, "CAD Users", that have admin rights on both workstations, and obviously to that folder. I went back to the folder, right click properties >> select Sharing Tab >> select [Share …] button >> select ‘Everyone' from drop down >> select [Add] button >> chose ‘Everyone' Windows Xp Cannot Connect To Windows 7
Any help would be appreciated. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Router by Merl Priester / November 22, 2009 3:30 PM PST In reply to: i gues no one is reading hte posts. Imaging away / flick November 25, 2009 Lea I am having the same problem as some of you…can't get Windows XP printer driver to install on Windows 7, thus XP computer navigate here I went to to the folder and right clicked properties/Sharing Tab/Advanced Sharing option >> clicked Share this folder >> clicked permissions >> add >> everyone >> Allowed Read …… and still
That was the fix! Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share Some searching revealed this fix: http://forums.techarena.in/vista-help/972126.htm, which I followed carefully. (Quotation follows.) > > I had this same problem and am still trying to get Microsoft support to > > determine I even tried to put Everyone in the access area, restarted, same error.
December 18, 2009 Raj Hi, I have tried what all you mentioned here…I am not able to see XP machine on my Lap which has Windows 7.
XP Client can ping server but can't get printer share   21 Replies Cayenne OP Jonathan2738 Oct 18, 2012 at 11:43 UTC Does rebooting the Win7 machine correct My System Specs OS Multiple wekaholic View Public Profile Find More Posts by wekaholic 20 Sep 2010 #10 dschuster Windows Vista Ultimate 32 bit 1 posts Windows reboot The troubleshooter has no idea what the problem is. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission You saved me a lot of hassle.
assume the computers are call XPMACHINE and W7MACHINE. 1) Ensure Printer on XP machine is shared - assume it's called SHAREDPRINTER. 2) On the Network Browsing on your Windows 7 machine I have tried everything from every post and nothing seems to help. October 3, 2009 Frienel This will only share the contents of the "public" folder. his comment is here December 30, 2009 me i have a problem with a new computer i got with win7.
Also I would check NTFS permissions for that shared folder on the Security tab. Windows 7 should normally provoke in due course a re-election of the master browser for the network, but this can take quite a long time (unless you have a domain). The NTFS permissions are open for all users. You mentioned you had already set up your network, can you give more information about how you went about setting that up?Tara Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse -
Thank you for taking the time to post this for us. the ysers n the xp pcs are all the same(it is the user on the win 7 that is specific for sharing).when i try to go from xp pc to win To find the shared folders and devices double click on the Windows 7 machine icon under Network. Here you can see the printer connected to my Windows 7 machine is shared So i deleted it and place another 0 then proceeded to reboot the machine.