Me neither, and I still cannot find anywhere in XP to change permission settings. I've been pulling my hair out, searching the web, following tips on forums where people go on about drivers, service packs, etc etc. Thoughts anyone? I also vaguely remember years ago thinking simple sharing was a crock…but that was a long time ago. useful reference
While connecting through IP address from Vista (7) to XP - NTLM used and everything working fine.2. The other batch file to be run will be the batch to net stop && net start the LanmanServer service. Creating it (DWORD value) and setting it to 0 caused everything to work smoothly after a reboot! If you don't get the win+r part, then click start, type in gpedit.msc (be sure to include the .msc) and followthe directions from there.We rebooted, although we probably didn't have to.
I think thats only for XP Professional users. Then try to map a folderor drive on the network. Nothing helped but this: I noticed that there is a multiple number of network adapters in Device manager. I'll keep you informed. 0 Tabasco OP Moreira Oct 23, 2012 at 1:15 UTC So far so Good 0 Poblano OP Franco1485 Mar 8, 2013
Networking was working fine for months and I couldnt figure out what changed. Friday, May 15, 2009 7:57 PM Reply | Quote 3 Sign in to vote Still no luck. Does wired take precidence over Wireless? Error Code 0x80070035 I had similar issue trying to get existng network talking to new Win 7 install & have been looking at lots of forums to find that answer.
If not, you have 'bigger' problems than just sharing As a work-around, you can also access XP-based PC's from a Win 7 PC by entering the following in the Win 7 Administrators are members of the User's group, by default. It has never worked well and with Windows 7 a whole new level of frustration has been introduced. In my case my xp machines would always map out okay.
Windows 7 can't access vista shared folder. In one of the Sevens, when I try to enter the XP shared folder it ask me for an user/password, something like this: http://lpmv.epfl.ch/files/content/si...entication.png Note: I'm using a workgroup, not a I'll try that soon. –artfulrobot Jun 28 '12 at 11:25 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote As @inhabitant already mentioned, the short answer is you need to disable file by jimmymes / November 20, 2009 7:28 AM PST In reply to: Network setup I know all this and have read this document 4 or 5 times and done everything it
From time to time the WXP workstations fails to connect to a shared folder on the Win7 workstation ( It works ok from win7 to Wxp or win7 to win7). Saturday, July 25, 2009 2:26 PM Reply | Quote 12 Sign in to vote I've fixed this by.... How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan What episode of Star Trek is this creature on? You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Windows Xp This issue was killing since yesterday.
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Network setup by TaraS_WinTeam / November 20, 2009 6:57 AM PST In reply to: please foward me the souloution to this annoying Contact your network administrator to request access. Fix can’t see windows xp computers on network in windows 7 2.Go to Start / Control Panel / Administrative Tools / Local Security Policy / Local Policies / Security Options , 3.Change Network By default the authentication from XP is not compatible with Windows 7, that's why you can only access the share without authentication. The Specified Server Cannot Perform The Requested Operation
you need to lower the encryption. I have been working with networking since the *olden days* and so know my way around. Decided it is something on the laptop since all my other boxes can *play nice* From the laptop i cant. this page It fixed my problem immediately after a reboot of the XP.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913628Pingboy...
I see the XP machine, but can't access it. Simple file sharing was on, as I recall. I also need share the printer connected to the XP machine.
I'm still waiting for one of those suggestions to 'jump up and bite me', but until it does I shall continue, as no doubt many others are, burning the midnight oil! Disabled McAfee firewall downloaded and installed the 4 MS crit updates. The Win7 diagnostic on the issue said we didn't have permission to access the drive, but of course we did--at least in Windows 2000 we did. 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
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Report Bardy- Apr 17, 2010 06:25PM once I changed the xp pc name from mshome to the name of my wirless network it all came right Report MJ- Apr 20, 2010 I get a "login failure: the user has not been granted the requested login type at this computer" I can use the printer though. #19 by Steve on November 3, 2010 Good Luck View all 15 comments Report Stressed- Dec 28, 2009 08:23PM Just want to say thanks, your advice got me running in 2 minutes after an hour of MS aggravation
upnp is installed on all XP machines as well as peer to peer in the add windows components. Reboot the system for the change to take effect. Have tried many suggestions from many forums but nothing works. The Win7 Prof 64 bit workstation is fine, though - it can see every box and access file sharing, and vice Also this was connecting to a win2k server.
Saturday, May 08, 2010 6:12 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Great tip! I actually want that security.