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How to react? Stay logged in Wilders Security Forums Forums > Archived Forums > Closed Sub-Forums > Archive of ESET Support Forums > ESET Home Users Products Forum > ESET Smart Security > Forums What message is logged in the firewall log if you enable logging of blocked communication in the IDS setup and reproduce the problem? Thanks, Tom linxt-AT-comcast.net Update: 17 May 10: If BitDefender firewall is disabled, I'm able to ping to/from windows 7 box. Check This Out
Register now! I'm just glad it is working again, and hopefully with luck this post will help a few of you out with the issue.If so, I'd appreciate a tweet on twitter, link Check for programs, Firewall software, Antivrus software blocking ports. I am able to ping the linux box from Windows 7 but not the Windows XP box.
What a difference! » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. Was this answer helpful? 00 · 11/24/2011 09:12 KeithCorbin On Windows 7, go to Control Panel > Windows Firewall > Advanced settings > Inbound Rules and enable File and Printer Sharing (Echo Request Is there a way to cancel the "encrypting" process of Bitlocker once it has started?
If yours is disabled by default, I would enable it as a test.7. Any way to color lines in a Line command? Dominic & Kimberly Brown Linked In Los Angeles Lakers Malibu Presbyterian Church Manage Money with Quicken Online Pepperdine University SteadyFast RV The Old Shack Review University Ministries - Malibu Your Buddies I then went to my Windows Control Panel and selected the Windows Firewall option.
How to update? Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Staff Activity Back Activity All Activity Search Log in or Sign up Wilders Security Forums Forums > Archived Forums > Closed Sub-Forums > I even deleted the few McAfee files that had been left behind. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/477124/network-win7-and-xp/ The File & Printer Sharing settings on Win7 system are the same as your link.
I turned it back off, hopefully forever.Regardless agree with "my point of view with Windows Firewall: I hate it.". I have RDP 7 on the XP box and all settings seem to be correct. A:hmmmmm. heh. 1/02/2010 04:55:00 PM Anonymous said...
The moral of this long winded story is:Don't give up and don't trust any software to uninstall itself properly, especially virus protection/firewall software that puts out tenticles into all areas of http://www.sysprobs.com/enable-ping-in-xp No, create an account now. I have tried for hours now to get this to work, and finally am waving the white flag. I had the firewall OFF and still couldn't connect. 4/01/2011 07:50:00 AM Anonymous said...
And in the end, I don't need it on an internal network, since I have a firewall in front of it.As you might imagine, I went pretty far to make sure http://fortecrm.net/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-itself-windows-7.html Network and Internet connections are all fine; win7 & XP. In the *Zones *area please click on the "*+*" sign and add the IP address of the local device that you are trying to connect to; 3. You're quite Welcome. __________________ Networking Articles & Tutorials Preposting Requirements « wireless internet connectivity | Network adapter not installed after recovery » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search
Sorry, forgot to mention that. Can you offer any advise? so what's wrong? this contact form A must if you want to be able to share files between machines and either share a printer or access a shared printer on another machine.5.
The culprit was Windows Firewall; seemingly corrupted, and couldn't even start. Chad Mockensturm Systems and Network Administrator Certified CompTia Network +, A + Back to top #8 Menessis Menessis Topic Starter Members 117 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:17 PM Posted 02 December Fixed!
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Same case as with 6, recommendation is the same.As it actually turns out, while several of those items solved MOST of the problems that people had with this issue...it did not I can't ping into the windows 7 box from my linux laptop nor from the old desktop which uses Windows XP (SP3). Also bridging makes the VM appear as if it were on your local network, allowing easier communication between workstations. Furthermore, the machine had been working flawlessly before I had to do some tweaks to make it ready for imaging.
Since then, the Win7 laptop is again unable to ping the WinXP. Ultimately, I would like the firewall enable on WinXP and still be able to communicate with Win7 system. I have no idea what that means. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-windows-7-from-mac.html Doh!
Browse other questions tagged windows-7 windows-xp virtualization virtual-machine or ask your own question. That will allow you to monitor and manage IP address and hosts on your network. Your cache administrator is webmaster. THANKS !!!!Fixed my issue with creating an ftp server too...
XenForo style by Pixel Exit ▲ ▼ HomeForums Search ForumsHistoryRecent PostsLive StreamUnanswered Threads Media Search MediaNew Media Resources Search ResourcesMost Active AuthorsLatest ReviewsMembers Notable MembersCurrent VisitorsRecent ActivityNew Profile Posts Your name I checked the firewall status and verified that Windows Firewall was in control and that there was no mention of McAfee Personal Firewall (just to be sure I didn't miss this Home Premium, Pro, Ultimate?Did you turn OFF Password protected Sharing on The windows 7 Computer? I can ping "alieni5" from the prompt and it seems to work. 0 lost and min, max and average is 0ms????
Please try the request again. I don't know how to go about finding the folder any other way. Chad Mockensturm Systems and Network Administrator Certified CompTia Network +, A + Back to top #11 Menessis Menessis Topic Starter Members 117 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:17 PM Posted 02 December Windows XP Network Troubleshooting File and Printer Sharing for Windows 7 and XP.
Thanks, Tom linxt-AT-comcast.net Share this post Link to post Share on other sites linxt 0 Newbie Members 0 3 posts Gender:Male Location:Seattle, WA, USA Interests:electronics, computers, reading Posted May 18, I tried just about all the methods that make sense to me but still cannot ping from Win7 to WinXP. My problem was I couldn't ping or access file shares on my Windows 7 box from two Windows XP boxes. BitDefender Internet Security 2010 ver 13.0.21 I've searched on this forum about this problem but only found information regarding BitDefender 2090 and the suggested setup apparently has a different GUI, at
And I mean nothing! Looking forward to your answer! It still does not show up in Network places. Only after reading a few articles did I turn my focus to the Windows Firewall.The first thing, if you are running the Windows Firewall; I recommend turning it off just to
But I am able to do to my other XP laptop.The only differnece is in XP I have a domain/ where in Vista I have a workgroup called as WORKGROUP.But regardless