Verify every computer is listed by the name you assigned it If the test above succeeds on each computer, turn on firewalls, reboot all computers. Still the same problem. Thanks! This clear the ip cache etc. his comment is here
Double-click Services. 4. Solution remove XP SP3 >>> install XP SP2 and - it works - you can see printers PCs etc Report VistaUser- Apr 20, 2009 03:27AM Wow - good suggestion, let's all Close Registry Editor and Restart the computer. I first checked its workgroup, and it was back to MSHOME, so i changed it to WORKGROUP to match, but i still cant see it ( it also cant see anyone).
Good luck! Report Jostar- Sep 23, 2013 07:36PM Amazing! It is not good enough to disable some like Zone Alarm as I've caught them still working even when they are disabled. KNOW the accounts issue.
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! whether > they > have XP Pro or XP Home and "A" is listed in the workgroups of "B", "C" > > There must be some overall security setting that allows Close the Network Connections window. Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp Proffitt Forum moderator / June 7, 2009 11:38 AM PDT In reply to: Result Norton.
If you want help with a problem, please start a new thread and describe your network and problem(s). Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 I am convinced that Vista does not play well with XP Pro in a workgroup setting. I was able to install the LLTD protocol that each machine needed. How do I respond when players stray from my prepared material?
Click the "Change Settings" button and change the workgroup name to "MSHOME". Can't Access Shared Folder Windows 10 I've seen it cache DNS's, gateways, etc, and then using the cached information on different networks.. I used to be able to see everyone. Once I run the procedure you outline it works fine until the nest morning when I have to clear the sockets again.
I changed the registry value on the problematic PC and YES! check my site You must wait at least 5 mins or so as firewall changes aren't seen immediately on Microsoft Network 4. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 7 Still the same problem. Windows Cannot Access Shared Drive whether they have XP Pro or XP Home and "A" is listed in the workgroups of "B", "C" There must be some overall security setting that allows other workgroup computers to
What is the intuition behind the formula for the average? http://crudlet.org/access-shared/unable-to-access-workgroup-windows-xp.html That way you should be safe. It is set to allow "Everyone" to > access, control, etc. Staff Online Now Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Unable To Access Shared Folder
Don't know if this helps or not, but i thought id post it. Report Kurn- Mar 28, 2009 01:56AM I havent read all these posts in full but . . . . 1. I've tried repairing the connection both with the dropdown menu and through the cmd prompt. http://crudlet.org/access-shared/unable-to-access-workgroup-xp.html At home, I even tried to "create a new port" when adding the printer to my Vista.
At the netsh prompt type winsock and press enter. Workgroup Is Not Accessible. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource You can: Reboot so changes are effective at startup, or Be patient. Now her Vista laptop sees all the printers on all the desktop machines.
For more info about event Double click event for a description. The vista machine stays in communication with the other two (one running XP pro SP3 & one running the final version of 2000 pro) but for whatever reason it fails to When I try to get to "A" from Network Neighborhood, I get these error messages: " 'A' is not accessible. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 I got fed up with it when I bought a "storage router" that allows me to share USB drives and printers on the network without a PC hosting them.
But It no longer appears in anyones network list. Would a society of simultaneous hermaphrodites have gender roles? Needless to say, THIS USED TO WORK! check over here 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 computer is on
Login now. whether they have XP Pro or XP Home and "A" is listed in the workgroups of "B", "C" There must be some overall security setting that allows other workgroup computers to Thanks! Proffitt Forum moderator / June 7, 2009 4:37 AM PDT In reply to: Accounts Sorry but I can't find where you completed the login test on the machine you want to
The problem is that I can not get the file/printer sharing to work. The result is that computer A can see computer B, but B cannot see A in the workgroup. the 2003 server is. Open a command window and type ipconfig/all the hit enter.
Others are also denied access to the "Properties" of > "A" where it shows up in "View Network Computers"> > Thanks> Related Resources solved Workgroup Computer Accessing domain network drive Without When I try to get to "A" from Network Neighborhood, I get these error messages: " 'A' is not accessible. This morning it took me about ten minutes to make the changes, do the rebooting, and print out a test page on each machine. Bob,To be specific: I have 3 machines- 1 is called Study4 and runs XP Pro SP3; it is connected to the workgroup FAMILY- 1 is called Playroom_3 and runs XP Pro
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 computer is on the network but Am I wrong? –Afiefh Jun 2 '12 at 20:16 It often has to be that way in a Workgroup. –Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Jun 2 '12 at 20:18 add a comment| 1 At the winsock prompt enter reset and press enter. Vista had no problem, but the XP machine would not allow the network through until weshut off the firewalls on both.
Rgds, Iad Report Linda- Apr 4, 2010 07:13PM Your a genius!