by jimmymes / November 23, 2009 10:37 AM PST In reply to: More details I have a wireless router. Thanks. January 3, 2010 Ira Hart Mike, Thanks! i have a somewhat anoying problem/ i have 2 pc's both with windows 7 1 is 32 and the other is 63 bits.. this page
I have been using Network Magic for file and printer sharing in the past and get as far as trying to finish the connection with the laptop and the printer but This drives me crazy. Good Job~ November 26, 2009 mike Hi, I had the same problem with sharing as Wayne. I don´t see any folder.
Should I report it? I am not sure how BigRay solved his issue, but here are some resources for creating a network with computers running different versions of Windows: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Networking-home-computers-running-different-versions-of-Windows.Cheers,Tara Flag Permalink Reply This was To repeat this (hopefully so the search engines find it) for sharing between Windows 7 and Windows XP you have to set your Windows 7 computer to the lower encryption setting So, once you have followed all of Microsoft's directions on how to network these two operating systems, there is still more to do. (See bottom of page for what you have
Can somebody help me? Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (2) Collapse - ? And I've just posted a snotty note on the Technet forums as well. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission I can get into Windows 7 C drive as a person.
My brother got a new PC with windows 7 64 bit. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share as per my knowledge i will suggest k 11-15-2011, 03:34 PM #18 TheCyberMan < On Extended Leave > Moderator - Networking Join Date: Jun 2011 Location: The This machine then has a shared folder with all the stored images. The first half the tutorial worked but still could not see laptops.
sometimes it happens few minutes after reboot. Microsoft Kb 913628 I do also have a PC running Win 03 Server Enterprise R2 sharing 5 HDD's movies and music and it doesn't have upnp or peer to peer as I don't have This would be a step backwards for me in terms of not being able to use my WinXP shared home printer from my office laptop. Right click on this printer and select "Properties".
If you go to network and sharing center, make sure that it is not a "public" network. [END EDIT] share|improve this answer edited May 16 '11 at 22:10 answered May 16 sign-up, it takes less than a minute and it's free! Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder On Xp November 29, 2009 Bill B I have what seems to be the opposite problem from those above. Not Able To Access Shared Folder In Windows 7 I tried many things…but could not make my network PCs appear… I can ping the ip of XP machine which is assigned by the router..
The error message is "you may not have permissions to use this resource". this website I had mine going through a VOIP adapter. December 31, 2009 steve OK first of all this did not work. Helpful +0 Report Darmar Apr 22, 2010 09:14AM Hi all. Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10
September 27, 2009 butcher99 no go for me. I cannot connect to the shared c drive on my windows 7 pc from all my xp pcs. The other XP machine (free roving laptop) has no problem using the shared printer. Get More Info Help!!!!!
My roommate can... You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Windows Xp Hope this helps anyone who gets the same error message as I did. Any ideas?
Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network. by jimmymes / November 20, 2009 11:27 AM PST In reply to: Have you checked the drivers? Thanks. Windows 7 Shared Folder Not Accessible So something must be set wrong on the XP machine sharing.
Edit restrictanonymous with the value of 0 4. Scenario: 2 Workstations, same domain (W2K3 Domain Controller), one WinXPx64 other Win7x64. Here is the clincher ... see here So I think I need to wait for Windows 7 x86 drivers so it will work?
Reboot Originally i found this documented in microsoft kb 913628. I have 2 networked Media players that rely on using shared folders. This was also on top of all the other settings I found too (work network, same homegroup, no 128 bit encryption). Click arrow next to paperclip.
ugh I feel stupid, but thank you once again! Nsda! Makes file sharing that little bit hassle-free. Saved lots of wasted time.
Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network. May 20, 2009 MRL Many thanks, amigo. You could also hit the Advanced Sharing button and manually set the share level Permissions. When I try to install the Win XP drivers manually it says error.
Click on the "Advanced sharing settings". Change it to the 40 or 56 bit encryption and your XP machine is supposed to show up. the win 7 machine cannot access the xp pro files , though xp machine can see files of win 7 machine.. Well 3 of the 5 XP machines can access a shared folder on the 7 machine 1 of the other XP machines can see the 7 computer on the network but
It really shouldn't be this hard. November 28, 2009 Mark the XP is an administrator signon So I activated the Windows 7 Administrator account with the same password as the XP machine because I read both machines Ken January 6, 2010 Viktor hi, this tutorial is the best on the net, however i have one last problem with the printing.