rrrperson, Jun 21, 2009 #12 kenny111111 Joined: Dec 11, 2008 Messages: 1,059 try this also start>help & support>troubleshooting (under networking) Troubleshoot network and Internet connection problems right under that are some Can't see Vista computer on home network Started by craigsiegel , Aug 04 2013 01:34 AM Please log in to reply 14 replies to this topic #1 craigsiegel craigsiegel Members 14 I am not a fan of Vista since this occured! Unchecked the proxy settings (no idea why they reset...) and browsing worked. http://bovbjerg.net/windows-7/win-xp-cannot-see-network-computers.php
All rights reserved. I think that fixed it. Had to change all the workdgroup names to all caps. We need a second LAN card in the machine and it's the only one we could find knocking about.
I did as you suggested and changed the IP address in the IP4 properties, no luck. But even when I turn off the Norton firewall, it still can't see the Vista computer. I've tired searching around, but the only people with the same problem as I seem to be running zonealram and reconfiguring settings for that fix it for them, but I do
To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. This may prevent discovery and file sharing. Works fine on Win 7 machines. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission thanks Report Confused- Mar 8, 2009 10:30AM hey, my sister's computer is having the same problem..she also has norton antivirus, so I told her to uninstall it like someone suggested on
The workstation could see the server ok, and worked normally, but I could not do remote installs to it (eg Trend CSSA). Workgroup Is Not Accessible. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource This is a Dell Latitude, All computers run XP, with Norton antivirus and Windows firewalls, which I have turned off. Lots of Google searching and reading. Tried everything you mentioned above… dont know what else to try!
But I noticed that on the Incoming Connections icon, in the Users tab none of the user entries are checked. Can't Access Network Drive Windows 7 It is set up as a Private network. Stay logged in Sign up now! Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 08-05-2011, 12:49 AM #2 loda117 Tech Hardware TeamBSOD Kernel Dump Expert Join Date: Aug 2010 Location: Washington Posts: 3,172 OS: Windows
Now you've got me. Turn on "File and Printer sharing" Turn off "Password protected sharing" Turn on sharing for lesser cipher strength networks. Windows Cannot Access Network Share Windows 7 caddomillsrose, Jun 21, 2009 #9 kenny111111 Joined: Dec 11, 2008 Messages: 1,059 if you open IE.next to tools is a help button .get online help is an option. You Don't Have Permission To Access Windows 7 Sharing annpilot says: 5 years ago I have a network in xp with 14 computers.
Each computer on the network has to have exactly the same workgroup name in order to be able to see each other. check my blog After not finding the solution anywhere google pointed me, I did some plodding through every configuration I could think of and finally solved it. After that, go back to that screen and choose Obtain and IP Address automatically for both and click OK. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10
Enjoy! Remy says: 8 years ago To thebetatfemale: If turning off your firewall allows you to see the other computers, what you need to do on your firewall is open the ports Any help would be much appreciated. this content then make sure file share is turned on also network discovery is turned on as well __________________ If all else fails, read the documentation HOW TO BURN AN ISO HDD Diagnostic
The workgroup name does show up in My Network Places but it takes almost a minute for that to occur. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 7 pls help t34r says: 5 years ago After adjusting all the recommended settings for file sharing. Rachel says: 7 years ago I just got a new laptop.
Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Report edwinjay- Sep 27, 2009 09:08AM i suggest just to system restore to nearest time...i have also the same problem and when I do the system restore...now its ok... My network is a mix of XP, Linux, and 98SE systems, plus a NAS drive. Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp My network has 2 wired computers via D-link gamers lounge and 2 computers are wireless, The wireless ap is a linksys wap54g.
But now I get a message on the Windows 8 computer that it can't access the device. I also didn't find the serviceManifest.xml file in the exact location mentioned so I skipped that step and it still fixed the problems connecting with browsers. I've taken the liberty of drilling down for you, to this page: http://support.microsoft.com/oas/default.aspx?gprid=13418×tmp=633812049114507277&acty=ProductList&ctl=productlist&wf=PID&trl=PID%7eProductList&ln=en-us&prid=13043&gsaid=588823 It says there's no charge phone support for IE8 available. have a peek at these guys See more You have a working network connection.
I like McAfee, but I can no longer install it through my DSL. I wound up disabling the internal wireless card on my Dell [Vostro} and installing a USB wireless adapter. Enabled sharing of C: drive on Vista. http://www.google.com/chrome kenny111111, Jun 21, 2009 #11 rrrperson Joined: Apr 27, 2006 Messages: 35 The online support link takes you to a page where you'll need to drill down more to
RockCity says: 7 years ago My problem is that I can not see my own computer when I goto My Network Places. Is there a more permanent solution to this problem? Your answer will be highly appreciated.