peer-peer does not check local broadcast for resolution, it only checks the cache and then looks for a wins server. Select security options 6. I can not get print share to work between the two Op sys's. thank you for any help you can give See more Can't see all computers on XP home network My workgroup computers not showing See XP Can't see all computers on XP useful reference
I've also run the most recent Norton AntiVirus scan.> > "A" has Win XP Home and "B" has Home, "C" has XP Pro.> > > > It was suggested to me I tried turning off the firewalls on both machines and checking if the required services are running. Again my reading of the post does not find what firewall is in use. Others are also denied access to the "Properties" of > "A" where it shows up in "View Network Computers"> > Thanks> AnonymousJul 2, 2005, 12:55 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More
One other proof of this is my work LAN, where some people can access other people's computers, but others can't, and there is no rule! The File and Printer sharing box for Microsoft Networks must be checked. Under Bindings for Local Area Connection, under File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks, clear the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) check box, and then click OK."and it seems to have done the
TechSpot is a registered trademark. Workgroup Is Not Accessible. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource I'll unsubscribe and let others try.Good luck,Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I don't understand! Now back to the host computer, the one to which the printer is hard-wired running VISTA, there are some more things to do on that box: First, in your Network Connections I tried turning off my firewall, etc (Norton Internet Security) and because I use Norton, my Windows firewall is normally off.
However it is, it should work like what happened close to me. Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share I can "Ping" "A" without problems from > > "B" > > etc.I've run and rerun the Win XP Network Setup Wizard without correcting the > > problem and know the Interestingly, I now dual-boot the XP desktop with Windows 7 RC, thinking that would resolve my issue with Vista printing to that machine. If not, you can change it back if you like.Check immediately afterwards and again after a reboot, whether the value changes back to non-zero on its own.
I hope this is helpful. the 2003 server is. Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp Read http://www.blackviper.com/WinXP/servicecfg.htm2. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 7 My Vista desktop and XP netbook have never been able to see each other.
cant believe i went through hell for that... http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-access/whs-windows-cannot-access.php Vista does not seam to see XP??? It is set to allow "Everyone" to > access, control, etc. Then when you are totally done and know your network is good and secure, then you can go online. Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10
I can see each machine from each machine on my network page. The McAfee on the Vista machine has been blocking the IP address. You might not have permission to use this network resource" > or "You do not have > appropriate access rights for this server" It ("A") is able to get into > this page View all 7 comments Report cp- Dec 12, 2009 02:11AM SuperDave, This was it.
Nothing helped. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 Then I was able to see when the remote PC attempted to access the main PC to which the printer is connected. by R.
it did not give an explanation why. When you type on another computer, replacing computername with the name of the inaccessible computer: net view \\computernameyou get one of the various "Error 5" error messages, like "System error 5 It has a hard time recognizing a newer windows version. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission Kelley Report skrki- May 6, 2009 03:27AM It's all bullcrap when it comes to Mic.soft..
Proffitt Forum moderator / June 7, 2009 6:02 AM PDT In reply to: Shares etc Either you have a firewall up (router or somewhere), someone turned on client isolation (see google) You might not have permission by Recoloniser / June 1, 2009 11:02 PM PDT I have the following problem:- I have a home network which consists of 3 desktops- 2 of What I noticed was that the "TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper" service was not started. When I try to get to "A" from Network Neighborhood, I get these error messages: " 'A' is not accessible.
Not enough server storage is available to precess this command. Rob, thanx.