The 2 Win7 comps are using the Homegroup feature (which is awesome, btw) which requires no password, hence my main (server) computer running Win7 is not pwd protected (unnecessary for my I don't remember having to do this before when I shared folders. This way, it gets elevated permissions out of the way before touching anything related to file sharing ever happens. We need to change it to "classical" 10-12-2012, 10:22 AM #8 2xg TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: Aug 2009 Location: SoCal Posts: 20,454 OS: Windows O/S'es Thanks check over here
If you're still having problems, try the security tab next to the sharing tab, Edit the permissions, and allow full control to everyone in your network. Skin by Themecrate.com Copyright © 2007 - 2015 The Windows Club Follow us on: Log in Remember Me? Turn off any firewalls for debugging. Network Discovery, File Sharing, Public Folder Sharing and Printer Sharing are ON - Password Protected Sharing and Media Sharing are OFF.
I can share some folders and files from each machine. login failure : ther user has not been granted the request logon type at this computeri can ping this server can take on remote but cant access share folder0 Reply Author Any suggestions? January 17, 2011 ESoka seems I fixed my own problem haha disregard this February 15, 2011 Jr what password do you use is the password to login when you computer first
Thanks, October 18, 2010 Melanie Hi, I would like to be able to connect to printer in Comp 1 from Comp 2. Anyone has a suggestion ? Any help/suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 Changed to home/work under customize and it works now October 4, 2011 John Only need to share a Printer with others, not all my private documents.
I know I haven't changed anything though. 03-27-2010, 11:00 AM #4 johnwill Microsoft MVP Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: S.E. Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 First type network and sharing center into the search box in the Start Menu and hit Enter. I cannot remember which of the many newer folders were created or moved on which machine. Am I missing something?
I've been beating my head against it for weeks. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission I AM able to see and access the shared folders on the XP laptop FROM the Vista laptop.I am stumped. Lab colleague uses cracked software. I have to right click on the "download" folder, click on sharing, select share with everyone, click share to close it.
I can access the internet (although it is substantially slower than when I had vista) and the shared files on the base computer, but I cannot setup the printer. February 10, 2010 Dell hello I did what is explained to share files between Win7 and Wind Vista. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 7 This behavior can be changed through a Local Security Policy. Windows Cannot Access Shared Drive In this example both machines are connected to a Belkin home wireless router and IP addresses are dynamically assigned.
For some reason (a bug?), changing the location type only works if the computer is connected to an identified network.Turn sharing on or off Private and Public profiles for unidentified networks check my blog The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. All computers should be in the same workgroup for computer browsing to function properly. Activity Stream New Events Mark Forums Read TWC Forum Home Forum Home FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders TWC Freeware TWCN Tech News TWC Blog Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share
Maybe I'm just special? Thank you very much for sharing! I have a folder being shared on it (with Everyone allowed)File sharing is turned on, Password requirement is turned off.I have two laptops. this content I have 4 PCs on a small network - 3 run XP and 1 runs Vista Home Premium.
As long as network discovery is enabled on both the Vista and Windows 7 machine, sharing documents is actually a fairly simple process. Windows 7 Shared Folder You Do Not Have Permission To Access My three printers are on one of the wired XP systems. I set up my Windows 7 and Vista as described above.
Search Engine Friendly URLs by vBSEO ©2011, Crawlability, Inc. Browse other questions tagged windows-vista permissions network-shares windows-domain shared-folders or ask your own question. Open up Network on the Windows 7 machine, and you should see all of the machines on the network. Not Able To Access Shared Folder In Windows Server 2008 R2 Conclusion This should get you started sharing folders, files, and printers between your Vista and Windows 7 system.
Printer Sharing As we showed above, you can see the printer connected to Windows 7. AboutLatest PostsMichael PietroforteMichael Pietroforte is the founder and editor of 4sysops. Should I report it? have a peek at these guys Does anyone have any ideas?
Depending on your setup, you might want to turn off password protected sharing. I still have a Vista desktop and a Win7 laptop on wireless, with two printers accessible by each computer, and an ethernet media centre in another room that can view music,photos Checking the event log is also a good idea here, there may be clues to what is failing. Try a wired connection.
Is it possible to check where an alias was defined? If you are using Static addresses make sure you can ping the IP address of each computer. I need to access the shared folder on the Vista Business machine from this laptop. Otherwise, click Cancel and consult your network administrator or the printer manufacturer's website.
Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not But now you can go through and see the User Shared folders. i have a printer installed on my vista desktop and i recently bought a laptop with windows 7. It is only when I either shutdown, OR reboot my Vista Home Premimum SP1 laptop do I run into the problem along with the following msg: "Windows cannot print due to
In the Control Panel, type â€śAdminâ€¦â€ť and then click â€śAdministrative Tools.â€ť Open the Local Security Policy editor and navigate to â€śNetwork List Manager Policies.â€ť There, you can set the location type For quite some time now, maybe after a Windows update (I can't really say), I can't access the files in shared folders from one machine to the other, but I can I turned password off. This didnâ€™t work in my test, however.In the next post of this series I will discusÂ Public Folder sharing, network discovery, and password-protected sharing.Share0Related Posts Free Windows Admin Tools Silently install
Older printers are notorious for having issues with drivers that wonâ€™t work with Vista and or 7. Today we take a look at how to share files and printers between Vista and Windows 7 machines. Can you tweak you're way around that one? Check each of the dependencies and see which one is preventing the service from running.