Clicking Diagnose gives Error Code: 0x80070035 The network path was not found. There's only 2 connections, "Bluetooth Network Connection" and "Local Area Connection".Client for Microsoft Networks, File and Printer Sharing, and NetBIOS over Tcpip are all enabled in my LAN. can you please help quickly!!!! About the only difference between the laptop and desktop systems has been the installation of HP networked printer drivers. this content
Do the same for every folder for both of your computers in your system that you want to share. I have been searching online for two days and going down the path of virus removal, registry edits, updates, firewalls and everything else under the sun! Share Files and Printers Between Windows 7 & XP Map a Network Drive Another method of sharing data between XP and Windows 7 is mapping a network drive. Reboot the computer and Windows should detect the new hardware, where you can install it by selecting the driver you downloaded.
All i want to do is access the media files from my Windows 7 so that I can watch videos on my Vista. IT'S FIXED ==> (GregChernis's "In two words: Domain vs. I could access my xp computers from window 7 computers but I could not access window 7 from Xp : Hers is the solution I found out: 1. Top of page Accessing a Shared Folder or Printer with Windows Vista To access a shared folder from a computer running Windows Vista, do the following: Click Start, and then click
This seems to have started with SP2. I just switched to Windows 7 and my other computer is XP and you helped me alot with sharing issues. To allow a user to change files or folders or create new files or folders, select Co-owner as the permission level. 0x80070035 This requires the user on the Vista machine to input pwd info to log into the Win7 machine.
For computers running operating systems other than Windows, see the operating system's product documentation for information about how to enable NTLM 2 support. I have set the folders in 7 to share and Vista can see them on the network. If the computer that you are trying to access has password protected sharing disabled, the possibilities are the following: In most cases, the access to the shared folder will be successful It seems this Windows 7 guy locks himself in the room but seeing others get in and go out.
Below, "Client for Microsoft Networks" is it..... Error Code 0x80070035 Edited by Lyndon's Mobile Thursday, November 04, 2010 6:34 PM typo Thursday, November 04, 2010 6:32 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Had similar issues asdescribedin 'Lyndon's Mobile' Not useles after all are you :) May 10, 2011 David West Windows 7 is strange, one day it works, next day - who knows! In desperation I edited the registry; went to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE / SYSTEM / CurrentControlSet / Control / Lsa Change the value of a key called "restrictanonymous" to 0 instead of 1 Quick
In Vista click on the Start menu and type printers into the search box and hit Enter. For example, I have another folder "download" in My Document folder that I want to share. Client For Microsoft Networks Typing share location in address bar would time out in 90 seconds. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission computer and no matter whether i set the pasword to off on on on my newest windows 7 computer the other 2 computers are ask for a user ID and Password.
Today we’ve put together a guide that will help you share files and printers in whatever scenario of the three versions you might encounter on your home network. news User name? With the Windows 7 Homegroup feature, it’s almost that easy. It allows you to centralize your important documents and digital media files on one box and provides easy access to data and the ability to stream media to other machines on Not Able To Access Shared Folder In Windows Server 2008 R2
Am I missing something? In the list of shared resources, verify that your printers are listed. This computer is NOT inside an AD domain, just the default workground named WORKGROUP. have a peek at these guys Any help would be great July 4, 2011 GEBS nice tom thanks…your the best … July 21, 2011 3rdnella HI, i have a problem between win 7 and xp sharing…..i ping
Microsoft has taken a step backwards with their networking simplicity. You Do Not Have Permission To Access Figure 10 shows an example. Bear with me. :D I have one PC running Vista (home basic), one running XP (professional) and one running Windows 7 (home basic).
Click OK, and then click Close. April 12, 2010 elderone1 The commentary gets close to the problem and answer, but here is my twist. It cannot open anything on the hard wired side of the router except the internet modem connection. File Sharing Googled it, and the first hit was this post -> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2686098 It seems that Windows 8 / Server 2012 implements a new SMB protocol, 3.0 according to this post, and it
Vista 64 desktop with printer, networked to Win7 (both Home Premium). Domain controller (the other server) could be logged onto instantly. However, new computers with Windows Vista can have a different workgroup name than the other computers on your network. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-access/vpn-users-cannot-access-shares.php We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
As a result of my past experiences, I like to archive threads such as these as they could one day save my hours of ripping out my hair. It happened sometimes around last week, and it worked fine before that. One thing I ought to mention - when I set the security permissions to 'everyone' the computer ran through files and folders, it wouldn't allow me to change some of the Friday, December 04, 2015 9:48 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote On my 2008 R2 server, enabling "TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper" solved the issue.
Thanks. The computers are running XPSP3 and the severs are running 2003. I was using windows 8 PC and wasted around 2 days to figure it out using troubleshooting tool. Under the General tab click on the Print Test Page button.
The process is a bit easier than sharing between XP and Windows 7, but takes a bit of work. Windows 7 can access Vista with no problems at all. Reply With Quote 4th February 2010,03:58 #5 HappyAndyK Site Administrator Join Date Jun 2008 Posts 7,125 Thanks for sharing davidjones2649 Hope it helps else someone too someday ... Network discovery is "Custom," and File Sharing is On.
DC can sometimes see IIS in network browsing, but IIS can never see DC (it does see one non-domain-connected workstation).