This fixed it! They are supporting the sp3 version until the middle of April 09. Both could see each other over the network and I was sharing files back and forth. The server are plain except for active directory. this content
Except mine gets stranger. You might have to fix the NetBIOS on each PC If you go under Connect To (show connections Right click on the NIC or wireless card Click on properties Click on All rights reserved. I tried the same settings for my sister's laptop and everything seems to be working OK but when ever she tries to open my desktop vista PC from her vista laptop
Permissions or the Guest account is running and needs to be disabled and asking you for a password. I've read and tried the posts but so far it still blocks the W7 machine. Add your user name to all the PCs as the admin Login to all these PCs using the same login name with admin rights.
Hope this helps got me unstuck! I've been trying to find a windows7 folder sharing solution for a long time, and your solution is the best! Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 7 total posts (Page 1 of 1) + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: Collapse - | Expand + Microsoft Tcp/ip Version 6 Protocol What I noticed was that the "TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper" service was not started.
If it makes you feel more comfortable, reboot all PCs in the network and when you go to add a printer to each remote PC (those without the printer attached) it Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp Register now Not a member yet? If you have a Nodetype key change it as well. (the DhcpNodeType key overrides the NodeType) It is most likely set to 2. 1 = Broadcast (checks cache then local broadcast) I have checked that all the Workgroup names are correct and identical.
thank you Report Brian- May 17, 2013 10:23AM Saved me alot more frustration on this problem, Thank You! Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 7 Oh the irony! The xp machine does not see any kind of network. We recommend Like this article?
How can i share any documents of windows7 from windows xp? I hope this is helpful. Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp If you would like to connect to a remote printer in a remote computer connected in your router do the following: Go to Control Panel. Windows Xp Network Discovery In a perfect world, getting your computers with different Microsoft operating systems to network would be as easy as clicking a button.
However, all its detail is focused on XP. news It is quite different for Vista vs WinXP. Following your instructions solved the problem. I completely despair of how systems are let out like this from the shops with no advice or guidance on what to check. the workgroup name is the same on both boxes. Your thoughts are appreciated. Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows 7
One of the XPs is connected wirelessly the other three are hard wired to a Netgear router. How does "Restrict background data" setting work ? Go to Norton Internet Security tab, open settings, scroll to bottom, open internet security and firewall options, open advanced settings, open configure, change default inbound NetBIOS, inbound NetBIOS name, and Block http://bovbjerg.net/windows-xp/vista-cannot-connect-to-xp.php On mine the full map shows computer name of the PC I am on | Wireless Access Point | plugin play unmanaged 8-port switch | Wireless Router | Internet Is everything
To allow Vista to access other computers on your network and vice versa, follow these steps:1. How To View Workgroup Computers In Windows Xp Then I was able to see when the remote PC attempted to access the main PC to which the printer is connected. My advice is to get a print server.
I had enabled file and print sharing in the firewall, but it made no difference. I found that the server had a different time and date from the laptop on the same LAN. 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 How To Install Ipv6 In Windows Xp contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. This message did not return a valid reply from the msn search facility. My goal is
If anyone can figure that one out I'd be grateful.... Jun 15, 2008 #17 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,384 +105 Pretty much.. If you don’t want to make your Windows 7 machines part of the same Homegroup, you can still share files through the Public Folder, and setup a printer to be shared check my blog Hope this helps.
Also I can not see my two (2) Windows 2000 servers and I am not using a domain just a workgroup called Flexomastic. For ease of use, also select the box next to "Allow Network Users to Change my Files." Do this to all drives or folders you want to share. Today we show how to get each version to be share files and printers with one another. Helpful +0 Report Bobby Jan 12, 2009 03:29PM Joe, Just wondering if you were able to solve the xp / vista probvlem?
Friday, July 20, 2007 4:15 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Alright, this has me stumped bad and it's really testing my patience.The two computers in question are 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 Windows XP Home PCs automatically use MSHOME as their workgroup name; Windows Vista PCs use WORKGROUP as their workgroup name. I can't tell you how I did it, but I had to go into my Norton 360 firewall and 'allow' the Vista to see the XP machine.
After the conversion is complete, restart your computer. The laptop running 7 still stayed connected and communicating with server A but it can no longer connect to server B. I selected the "Set up an advanced connection", and "Accept incoming connections", then "Allow virtual private network connections". On my XP machine, I went to "Network Connections", and clicked "New Connection Wizard".
Now what's the next image look like when you click on view full map? Jun 11, 2008 #8 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 LookinAround said: A few things i can add: You didn't indicate if you're running XP Home or XP Pro? All the XP computers can see each other and can access each others shared folders. So here's a step-by-step guide to connecting your Vista machine to your XP computer.