The only Windows 7 area I can access is the public users folder (on C drive). Appreciate to have your immediate help please…… December 19, 2009 Paksen Back in the good old days of Win98/2000/XP I thought it was a no-no to enable file sharing. November 22, 2009 kevin I've the windows xp pro & window 7 pro hooked up via dlink router.. Local Security Policies - Local Policies - Security Options From here, under the policy browser select and open "Network security:Minimum session security for NTLM SSP (including RPC based) Clients". http://invisibledetector.net/windows-7/win7-win7-file-sharing-issue-after-client-reboot.html
Type in ping 192.168.0.n and press enter (obviously use your own IP Address) The response showed that ping was talking to the disk OK, so Windows 7 could see the disk. I searched lots of places but found no proper solution. And Microsoft has given little help in solving the problem. There might be a glitch with Windows or the network connection that's preventing sharing.
I can see and share the files just fine on my Mac and from my Mac. Hooked up the old printer to it, found a good enough driver. Still having problems with browsing and I think it is because 7 insists on loggin in on the wrong domain and I know XP will not allow that..sigh..does MS ever test Now, I able to access share in Windows 7 from Windows XP as shown below without any error messages.I'm sure this article helped to make Windows 7 network with XP and
Adding the local port allowed me to print. May 21, 2009 mysticgeek @docpaul: It is an official embedded theme you can download it at: http://rapidshare.com/files/152117971/Official_Embedded_Theme_for_Windows_XP_and_2003.zip May 21, 2009 jmarkhus @james, go back over the instructions and try to follow Windows XP uses the guest account to allow file-sharing access. (You can repair this by typing net user guest /active:yes from an admin prompt on the host.) Firewalls, especially third-party varieties, File Sharing Issues You may need to restart the samba service on your Linux server if you have previously attempted to connect from a NTLMv2 Client (such as Windows Seven).
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 Also the printer works fine on the win 7 machine any suggestions August 6, 2009 thippesh iam sharing the printer & some file but not access for this problem is network December 6, 2009 dwight Thanks thanks thanks. http://searchenterprisedesktop.techtarget.com/answer/How-to-resolve-Windows-file-sharing-problems Thanks.
I've got the same network name for all connections and have tried the solution from James above plus the alternative from Dave M (LmCompatibilityLevel value 00000002 instead of 1) and I File Sharing With Windows 7 And Xp Now, when client machines go to connect in, as long as the client operating system is equal to or earlier than the host machine operating system, they will be able to i set up a user on win 7 and i logged in as thet user on my laptop and had full access. Just leaving it off.
This would be a step backwards for me in terms of not being able to use my WinXP shared home printer from my office laptop. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/318030 May 30, 2009 jake @bill if you can see the printer over the network right click on the printer and select connect. Not Able To Access Shared Folder In Windows 7 Select the "Ports" index on this dialog, select "Local Port" and press the "New Port…" button. File Sharing Not Working Windows 10 My problem is I can't see them under Network > FND.
Then, go to the Epson site and download and install the printer drivers for the XP machine - in my case for the RX500 that was Printer Driver v5.5bAs Windows XP, this contact form Cheers! If I haven't had these 2 pc's I networked together before, will this guide still work ? Fantastic thanks!!! Windows 7 File Sharing Not Working
any ideas.. add new port on local port, in enter a new port type: \\name of your xp computer\printer share name. Viewing the Network option using Windows Explorer on the Windows 7 PC and double clicking my XP PC, I could now see all my Shared Folders and Printers and following some have a peek here I currently have a kodak esp5 printer on an xp machine and could not for the life of me get my windows 7 laptop use the printer.
Everything's great, the new quick launch bar is actually useful, the OS loads up fast, and the cool new grouped roll over window preview pane is actually letting you get some Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share I also found as others have that the Win 7 and the XP machines all have to have Everyone with Full Control in folder share settings and in advanced settings. September 29, 2009 ScubaPete Thanks man.
You might not have permission to use this network. You have saved me lots of hours by not having to go back and reinstall Microsoft Windows Vista again. Their service will let you connect and control to up to 5 computers for free that you setup with their service. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together I can do everithing right to the step " My network places" on XP.
Most others have been successful , but I have not yet been successful. On the Windows 7 machine go into Control Panel \ All Control Panel Items \ Network and Sharing Center then click on Change advanced sharing settings. It could always connect to the Synology as long as the workgroup was set correctly . Check This Out Open C:Users%Username%AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsAdministrative ToolsLocalSecurityPolicyConsole.msc.
Then do File/Export and save to your Desktop. 6 Now locate the following Registry entry:- My Computer / HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE / SYSTEM / CurrentControlSet / Control / Lsa and change the Data Then everything works in both directions. How to do it: 1 . Flag Permalink This was helpful (2) Collapse - ?
Any help would be appreciated. The two boxes I believe you are referring to can be found in this image detailing opening the minimum session security requirement configurations for connecting to a legacy samba share in January 7, 2010 98bluewave WONDERFUL!!!! December 17, 2009 TomC Great tutorial, but still have problems!
November 29, 2009 Bill B I have what seems to be the opposite problem from those above. I edited the registry with [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlLsa] "LmCompatibilityLevel"=dword:00000002 For the non 128bit encryption setting, I used: ‘Control PanelNetwork and InternetNetwork and Sharing CenterAdvanced sharing settings' then (*)enable file sharing for devices that My printer is a canon pixma ip5000. October 26, 2009 ssss Thanks, dude!
I can't tell you how many hours I have struggled with this networking problem because we have 11 computers using different operating systems, following the directions from Microsoft, with negative results. Set the lan manager authentication level to "Send LM and NTLM responses." I see those lines in your instructions but I don't see them on my screen. Thanks, Wayne June 9, 2009 JoelK I followed the tutorial and got FOLDERS to share, but when I try to share an entire drive on Vista with 7, following the same Appreciate the tutorial.