I'm doing SOMETHING right because one of them works! All appear in the file browser as connected to the workgroup, but one of the PC's files are not available. If I try from the destination to the source, I have the same problem. Stay logged in Sign up now! have a peek here
I have 4 computers on our WHS network: three running Win7 Home Premium, and one XP machine. It's saying "unidentified network" and below that it says "work network." I haven't been able to change that to any thing else. So I do have three passwords for the homegroup. It still gets to the final install step and backs up @ 95% and gives the error. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-home-server-network-connector-issues-pls-help.862016/
Both recognize that they're on the same Homegroup, and each shows up in the other's Homegroup in Explorer, but it only works one way - the laptop can open the desktop's J. Translator Recent CommentsComp1962 on Exclusive Acer Revo Center RC-111 ReviewLawrence Dol on Remove Default Shares in WS2012 EssentialsDAIANFF on Rip your DVDs and CDs to WHS AutomaticallyDaveymcman on Power Pack 2 I even went out and bought a new router to see if it would change and it didn't.
tom0063 says: 6 years ago I tried all of the above, none of it worked. Thursday, February 17, 2011 8:41 PM 0 Sign in to vote Hi D.W. Installing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on a Windows Home Server-based computer is currently not supported (940882) - More information will be released about support for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on a Windows Cannot Setup A Homegroup On This Computer Windows 7 I created a Homegroup, setup the password, both PCs are in the same network (DHCP, 192.168.1.100 and 192.168.1.101).
The Science of Tearing Paper-bag Handles Hot swapping people in a scrum team Employee is not interested in career development What to expect as a supervisor's first PhD student? Now when I try and access a shared folder from the laptop on my PC, it says that the network path is unavailable. Some routers had to have the user set it up for internet access but others, like my DIR-655 will do it automatically. Once I was on the server I changed the password, got rid of the annoying Ctrl+Alt+Del login step, and rebooted.
Can someone please help? How To Join A Homegroup Windows 7 Works with Vista Workgroup, too: f-secure.com/en/web/home_global/support/article/kba/15216/s/is.1322/k/homegroup/p/1 Leonk10 says: 6 years ago I have a Netgear WNDR3700 with a hard wired PC and wirelessly connected laptop. Can anyone give me any suggestions? Friday, February 18, 2011 9:40 AM 0 Sign in to vote And the failure occurs at the next step, "Connecting your computer to the network".
Both are less than a year old. have a peek here Could not find the value….Where could it be? Can't Join Homegroup Windows 7 it can see the homegroup, it even names it, but the password wont go through to even try and authticate it??? Windows No Longer Detects A Homegroup On This Network The third was on the homegroup, but then decided to be stupid.
It seems that Bullguard anti-virus & firewall isn't happy to work with the WHS Vail Launchpad/connector. Back to top #17 thobel thobel HSS Star Members 93 posts LocationNYC Posted 21 December 2011 - 03:26 PM I had this issue in the past I had to change some What a waste of time, as usual. Soundy, Sep 19, 2009 #7 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Windows 7 Homegroup Not Working
I have checked all the settings, etc, per your article. It ultimately plays but that hanging condition is nasty. restarted my PC and the connector installed without any issues. The first step I would take is to make sure that there are no other versions of connector software from either WHS v1, or any past beta's running on the machines.
I have tried all of your suggestions. List Five Windows 7 Troubleshooters Lots of info that's been helpful. Friday, February 18, 2011 12:21 AM 0 Sign in to vote It could be a network issue.
Here's a list of the stages the installer goes through with success: Please wait while your server is found... This issue can occur if the Windows Home Server-based computer is on a different subnet. I have no problems whatso ever "seeing" the network between the 2 VM's and "seeing" the host network as well. Can't Create Homegroup Windows 7 ouser says: 7 years ago I tried EVERYTHING….
leebre says: 7 years ago Problem: I'm unable to join my computers to a homegroup. Was having an identical issue until I used this thing.The problem is most definitely related to IPv6. I am wondering if maybe there is a file or registry entry on Laptop 2 associated with the original Homegroup that needs to be deleted or reset manually. On the client it means that the server discovery (discovery.exe) was not run or was not run successfully.
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? All rights reserved. Read about the Kon-Boot patch from irongeek here: http://www.irongeek....n-boot-from-usb And extract the files in the following zip to the root of your thumbdrive: http://www.irongeek....nbootfiles2.zip Set your WHS machine to boot to I was having the exact same issues and the work arounds did not work.
Chris B says: 5 years ago I have 4 PCs running Windows 7, one under a single license, three under a mutliuser license. I can create one on either my desktop or my laptop, and the other (client) will always see the other one, but whichever is set as client will not join the