Okay let's make this happen! 1. Admin Guest Limited users To fix that problem each person should be able to login and have full access to each system. This is what I tried so far: 1: CMD and then ipconfig /all Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 for both computers DHCP Servers: 192.168.1.1 for both computers 2: I created a home network Click on security tab on top You will get a list of users.. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-access/vista-cannot-access-folder.php
This important step is: -ensure that you choose the option "Guest" (not Everyone) and then once added, make sure you set the Permission Level to "Co-Owner". (Most users mistakenly choose "Everyone Not only that, but it provides easy backup of all your machines to the server, in case disaster strikes. I have been having trouble getting file sharing to work, on XP i used to be able to search for the computers IP address and access the shared folders however on check ur network/ethernet driver- install one if none is present or do an update d.
The solution is found by making a very simple (although aloof) choice when going through the steps of sharing a folder (such as "Documents") in Vista. I'm running Windows XP SP3 PRO (this is my father's laptop) and I made all the changes to mentioned above, here is an image of what I currenly have in my Jun 14, 2008 #15 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,384 +105 jcroot said: Hi!
So on the Vista machine open Network and Sharing Center. When vista tried getting files from the xp it came up with the error no access 0x80070005. I'm not able to see my dad's laptop even that his laptop is turned on. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 I can right now open from XP box the Vista laptop and access it's shares or printers or files.
You’ll then see the new user we created in the list and you can close out of the Computer Management window. Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 AT&T service calls are even routed to another country! I used to map a drive using a batch file with net command:You may want to try this if you have not tried it already.PS: i tried to put full command When i click start and network i can see the XP pc but when i try to click on it to access the files it comes up with an error message
When I do it by XP it works, but in Vista, when i right-click and share any folder then it does not open in XP, though all files of Public folder Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission for other reasons, the xp computer was recently reloaded but the problem continues. I do enter the username and password but it always returns "Logon Unsuccessful". If so, then login one at a time each use and make sure the same is sure.
When it’s turned on and you try to access the Vista machine from XP, you’re prompted for a password, and no matter what you think the credentials are, you can’t get The trickiest part is making sure you add the appropriate local user. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 7 Then you have to login as your sister and see and then your dads login and see what happens. Windows Cannot Access Shared Drive click on network Do you see any of the listed XP computers listed here? 3.
It does explain alot about common problems and explain things like the Computer Browser Service. news I'm now able to see my dad's PC from my desktop vista PC. Best regards Report Neal- Jul 17, 2008 10:22PM Praise to you O' wise one of computing! Want to avoid this? Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share
So the only commonality between the problem is windows 7. To test it I move a image file from my desktop PC to my dad’s PC and I was able to see the image in the laptop. When I click on the W7 boxes from the XP box I get the the message “\\desktop_W7 is not accessible. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-access/vista-cannot-access-share.php The error message points to an authentication issue. –Mike Christiansen Oct 1 '12 at 13:59 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote My SOLUTION: If VISTA cant find shared XP
So you and your sister should have full access to all the files and folders you select. Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet But the same thing still happens on the Vista machine. Right click on it from the pop up menu select Share with then click on Advanced settings a.
This is what is happening now... Then select the radio button next to Share this folder and click Ok. No login necessary even. 0Votes Share Flag Back to Malware Forum 68 total posts (Page 1 of 7) 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 Next Search Can't Access Network Drive Windows 7 Scroll towards the bottom of Advanced Settings and check Simple File Sharing is NOT checked.
Go into Computer Management and create a new user… Now from the Vista machine double click on the XP machine icon, enter the password, then access the folders and files you AT&T doesn't even have an office in my city--and I live in a large metropolitan city! Here are some images of the error message when trying to view my desktop vista pc from my dad's laptop XP. check my blog Jun 10, 2008 #5 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 tipstir said: Is your dad the admin for the laptop?
thank you so much again jas.. Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Run the set up a home network wizard. 3. How do you go looking for and determine missing computers?
I've uninstalled Norton on C210 to see if that was the problem, no difference. If it does not work for you mess around with it a bit and maybe you'll get it. Please authenticate." Computer A submits authentication: "B, there is no server to authenticate with, but this is my username and password." Computer B verifies authentication: "This username and password exactly matches Now does each PC see each other?
Have done IPconfig/ release and iIP address will change to 0's , then I try to renew but system cannot find new IP address.