Just as with xp and vista, networking is hit and miss, and you have to mess around with all your settings on your control panel for hours, just to be able For info about network troubleshooting, see Windows help." Any ideas? answered here many times... And for the jerk who kept posting: does no one here search for answers???
FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. Monday, January 31, 2011 6:05 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote hello, I have windows 7 Ultimate and I'm having the same problem cannot connect to my shared Crazy! Network & Sharing Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums
Best networking in Win7 is when you use a Work Network. Thursday, April 07, 2011 2:50 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote what computer do i chk local polices on the windows 7 home or the server 2003 Please check related policies. 1. Step By Step Peer To Peer Network Setup You can use your domain(domain user) credentials to add your machine to the domain.
Then another guy came out and re-did the network. Have you set advanced sharing in the network and sharing centre? What can i do to get this going? So, i created a new homegroup on the 2nd pc, but then , i couldn't even connect to the homegroup from the 1st pc, i says "Windows can't connect to the
I can access the XP backup server from another client XP on the LAN for backup process, but I can't access the XP backup server from a windows 8 or this How To Setup A Peer To Peer Network Windows 10 I then tried to retreat on the changes, but the first suggested change , "Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated". I would like to leave here this link: http://www.ryanvictory.com/posts/automating-6to4-adapter-removal-in-windows In this page, it is possible to download a tool to remove all the 6to4 drives automatically. Geeesh!
I can see the other computer I can actually access it now but I can not join the homegroup it just times out. I've seen some funky things with workgroups, sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. How To Setup A Peer To Peer Network Windows 7 I tried the registry edits suggested. How To Connect To A Workgroup Windows 7 The services that need to be turned on are listed below: DNS Client Function Discovery Provider Host Function Discovery Resource Publication Peer Networking Grouping HomeGroup Provider HomeGroup Listener SSDP Discovery UPnP
I've got my Homegroup set up, but I don't understand how to set permission folders/libraries. More about the author Reenter your homegroup password. I have no idea how an average Windows user would be able to accomplish this and that disturbs me, Microsoft. Scott says: 6 years ago Is there an easy way to turn on logging so you can actually get an error message related to whatever's failing? (I have 3 computers - How To Connect Two Computers Peer To Peer
Enjoy! Another useless error message. What I do have is: (Default), Dhcpv6DUID, and EnabeICSIPv6. check my blog Anyway, I'm now officially operating 5 seconds ahead of current time according to timeanddate.com.
Monday, February 06, 2012 8:03 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote bubba fix doesnt work for me. How To Setup A Peer To Peer Network Windows 7 And Xp Geri al Kapat Bu video kullanılamıyor. İzleme SırasıSıraİzleme SırasıSıra Tümünü kaldırBağlantıyı kes Bir sonraki video başlamak üzeredurdur Yükleniyor... İzleme Sırası Sıra __count__/__total__ How to: Setup Workgroup for Windows 7, Vista, & Finally, realized that I forgot to turn off (the laughably useless) "User Account Control;" as soon as I did that and rebooted, I could connect to shares normally.
HomeGroup is enabled and all 3 computers and connect to the desktop and 1 laptop. Server OS's fn hate that apparently. Unfortunately, I now have the exact same problem on another of my networked Win7 Pro computers and the the fix didn't work on it. How To Setup A Peer To Peer Network Windows 8 This may be obvious to some but it sure wasn't on anybody's troubleshooting checklist.
Happy sharing! I have tried everything on your webpage. cutesheep says: 6 years ago Hi. news Open “Computer Configuration”/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Local Policies/Security Settings.3.
PatrickDickey says: 6 years ago I'm getting the "Homegroups can only be created on a home network" message, even though both are on the same home network (and the icon shows The one that created the homegroup (the one with Pro), can't see the 7 Ultimate one, but the 7 Ultimate one can see the 7 Professional one. My time clocks were set to the same hour BUT set to PM rather than AM (oops!). Please help me on this.
However, whenever I try to open the library folders on any of the computers to view the available files therein, I just get a ‘beep' in response, and the folders won't Thanks. ^^ wjod says: 6 years ago I have a laptop and a desktop both connected wirelessly via a Thomson TG782T modem/router. With one simple setting, Windows will automatically adjust the location assigned to each network connection and all the relevant network sharing settings. I have IPv6 tunneled through he.net's tunnelbroker.
They are networked using a Belkin router, to which the desktop in wired and the laptops connect wirelessly. Hence i didn't have the required P2P service available. I've just wasted many hours over the course of several days, simply trying to get two Windows 7 Ultimate systems to share a single folder. Furthermore, I turned on the password protected sharing in the Advanced Sharing Settings of The Network and Sharing Center.
Then, type \\ followed by the name of a computer in your network or its IP address. Mark Pat says: 5 years ago What the f**k is this? I've done everything this guide recommended and nothing. Robert Dickow says: 5 years ago I'm one of the ‘simply doens't work' group of users.