I have one Windows 7 computer, one XP sp3, and my router is an Apple Airport Express. Of course, if anyone feels this won't work and knows it's actually something else - please don't hesitate to throw in ;-) Tuesday, June 28, 2011 5:54 PM Reply | Quote Be sure, when adjusting the sharing options on the WIN7 PC, that the password protection is turned off..... I could also see the workgroup (Mshome) and each computer in the workgroup in "My Network Places" on my XP computer.
If not, remove the virtual USB adapter for the virtual machine using the configuration tools in your VMware product. I have tried removing all passwords from the accounts. Step 5 terminology from BurrWalnut did leave me a little confused too. Also suggestions to see my Administrator (hah!). http://www.windowsnetworking.com/j_helmig/faq.htm
I got rid of all obstacles by simply selecting user"Everyone" to access my windows 7 folders from my xp machine. feo Thursday, November 03, 2011 11:55 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I’m not looking for the plaudits but you could have used your own terminology! I clicked on the "Advanced Button" which brought up a window with 4 tabs. Generated Sat, 18 Mar 2017 04:37:43 GMT by s_hv1002 (squid/3.5.23) An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.
Drag any folders to be shared to the Public folder. Configuring TCP/IP Properties G. Nothing seems to make it work for me, and I have wasted countless hours reading help files/forums/emails, and tryingeverything except maybe candles and chants. But I couldn't draganddrop files from XP to Win7.
For some incomprehensible reason every other web site (I checked out much more than a dozen) that claimed an "easy" solution, failed to mention your step 4 of typing in "Everyone" Users are free from the trouble of manual hardware setup and there is no need to worry about IRQs, DMAs and I/O port addresses when a new component is added to From reading lots of other forums, I had become familiar with ownership and permissions in Win7 and I thought I had opened all of them up for sharing, but when I http://www.linkedresources.com/teach/ipnetrouter/configuringvpc.html Then click "Apply To All Folders" and then click "OK".
After all these changes, I went to "My Network Places" on my XP computer and found I finally had full access to both drives on the Win7 computer. Sometimes it ends up being the most stupid thing...... Friday, May 28, 2010 7:23 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Also, be sure that your Windows 7 machine does not have any potentially "problematic" characters in its Some messages may appear: “An error occurred while applying…” This is not unusual and can be ignored by clicking Continue. 5.
But I think the "Effective Permissions" changes were still there. 5. read this post here Do you have a router which includes a DHCP server?Bill Saturday, October 31, 2009 9:36 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the two computers which connect Windows 95 Connect To Internet I sure hope this helps someone avoid the aggravation I had this holiday. Create matching accounts on each PC in the WORKGROUP.
My multi MS OS network is functioning again. Windows 7 IT Pro > Windows 7 Networking General discussion 19 Sign in to vote This process will make the network a little less secure but it works well because a The process worked and the instructions were simple and easy to follow. I have tried turning antivirus and Windows firewall off.
I have designated the printer as shared, but I cannot "see" it on the laptop. Windows ME Windows 98 Windows 95 Windows 3.x MS-DOS Step-By-Step Network Basics Trouble Shooting Exchange Server e-Mail Security e-Mail Spam ISA-Server Server Software Windows Security Featured Product Network Addons from where ever i am in my house move and edit them from any computer. Provide a newly redesigned graphical interface that is not only easier to learn and use, but more efficient and more customizable.
Click Ok to set the setting and close the Modify Rule dialog box. Yet, when they both had 7 on them, they networked beautifully. Purpose of this document B.
Installing the TCP/IP Protocol E. You do need the Client for Microsoft Networks (which has nothing to do with the Microsoft Network online service) if you plan to use the file/print sharing features of Windows for The key to this is, where XP would just realize that you were logged on as User1 on the other machine and pass on the currently logged on user, Windows 7 in short i would like to be able to access all of these pc's files videos pics ect.
Your article is using phrases I have posted many timeson the web, most notably on my favourite Canadian website run by Kerry Brown http://www.vistahelp.ca/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1887&p=11253&hilit=used+and+everyone+is+allowed+access#p11253 Yea you are, or you wouldn't of Click on this Modify button. P.S.3 There's a neat little program that places a menu item in your right click menu of a Win7 computer which lets you make ownership changes quickly. Your cache administrator is webmaster.
On the laptop I can see the hostname in the network computer list, but when I double-click on computer I receive the error "Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password". Now try opening the folder from XP :O) Don't get too carried away with handing rights around to root directories, it's a recipie for getting haxed. ;O) HTH. The Network Control Panel will preselect a bevy of protocols and clients, such as Client for Microsoft Networks, Client for NetWare Networks, IPX/SPX-compatible Protocol, and NetBEUI. No rebooting or anything!
thanks / Kozmo Thursday, August 12, 2010 4:49 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I can now see the XP machines in W Explorer on the W7 machine If there aren't any other suggestions, I'll set up a second partition for the data I want to share so that I can limit possible damage if something bad happens. Make sure that when you map the drive you click the link to "Connect Using Different Credentials " and specify PC1\user1 7. The Airport is set up to require a password.
post again. What I would like to ultimately do is network these computers so i can access edit and view files on all of my computers at my leisure. the Windows 7 computers are not seen by the rest of the workgroup. NOTE: if you have multiple network adapters installed, for example, an Ethernet card and Dialup Networking, you need to select your Ethernet card from the interface popup menu (ELNK3 Ethernet Adapter
I'm very confused and getting frustrated as I NEED this to work ASAP as it's a medical program.