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Cannot See Computer Description In Network Places Using Windows 7
Or is my Windows Explorer messed up?2Accessing network share in explorer on different domain not prompting for credentials. open network and sharing center2.open change advanced sharing center3.check under home or network properties, if you have turned on network discovery and file and printer sharing 4. Please tell me the reason as soon as possible. For testing purposes I removed the user in the permissions list on the XP share and I added "everyone." Then I go back to the Windows 7 pc to try and navigate to this website
File and printer sharing is on. Not the answer you're looking for? I am in the same boat Thanks Monday, June 21, 2010 4:28 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Naddy, You are probably right, but if it is a Protocols, etc. http://serverfault.com/questions/166175/see-network-computer-description-in-explorer
B shows up in B’s Network Places but A does not show up in either PC. Proposed as answer by sderf Friday, May 22, 2009 1:05 AM Wednesday, May 20, 2009 6:34 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I was running W7 under virtualization I have computer network place and have one computer can not connect to other computer and have no show in the network place, when I connect to sophea-pc can not log
Oh, yes! After restarting each workgroup member, see if they became visible to the Windows 7 unit, and it to them * 'control /name Microsoft.HomeGroup', Leave Homegroup, and choose the workgroup What is the exact error are you receiving when you try to access the shares from a WIN 7 computer? I was having the same problem.
How to react? current community blog chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Same exact situation as you, and yes, you are right. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/7c4ae439-f0f4-4f1e-a62d-81b1387d3d2b/windows-7-cant-see-workgroup-pcs?forum=w7itpronetworking I really really appreciated it.
You have to tell it which subnet to allow through the firewall or you have to uninstall it. I have checked firewall settings and some services, but problem still same. You can further fine-tune the query (limit the search-domain) and save it again from the menu. md azaj ahmed says: 5 years ago we have a 40 system network, five of them are windows server 2003 sp2, and we are using public IP on these five systems.
Users should never have to. browse this site Thursday, January 06, 2011 2:38 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote WHY HAS THIS POST GOTTEN SO LONG??? They are both under workgroup called workgroup and IP and DNS are set to auto. I notice that on the Network and Sharing connections map that I am on a Homegroup but mine has a name (my wireless SSID) where my other computer just says "network".
The script simply needs to process the output of NET VIEW into useful HTML. –Beel Sep 13 '10 at 16:07 2 Yes, it would be trivial to create a standalone useful reference Network discovery is on. i suggest you to do the samething like me okay. This manual provides that the workstations with Windows
Than change again the name of workgroupto WORKGROUP and thats works on all 3 computers. home, public, domain). Is there a more permanent solution to this problem? my review here I added a computer description, clicked OK - then refreshed the Network folder and Wah-Lah!
What movie is this? Installed Comodo Firewall, no luck. Thank you JB..
Remy says: 8 years ago To thebetatfemale: If turning off your firewall allows you to see the other computers, what you need to do on your firewall is open the ports
i think you problem will be solved. I have the same problem with Windows 7. If you have no shared resources, you are invisible to others. So you have to log into your router and open the ports manually.
Net Use \\computername gives error 234 -- same for \\ipaddress Clicking any of the shown networked system icons gets me "Windows can not access \\computername". Thanks for the help. I cannot access info on PC1 from PC2 though. get redirected here On the connection status windows, click the Properties button.
cheers! I can see and copy to/from the W7 system from other computers on the LAN, but W7 will NOT access the other computers. I found the answer here http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itpronetworking/thread/22516e39-9ac4-4841-874e-564bac87049f 3:15 am, March 31, 2012 Brian Hart said... The other computers on my network can still see my laptop and I can access the Internet from my laptop.
The computer that is the problem child here is running XP Pro. Bracker says: 7 years ago Ok, I've been pulling my hair out for the past couple of hours trying to get all 6 computers on my network to show in network Sometimes it also helps to simply run the 'Network ID Wizard' again, maintaining the same settings, and restart * 'control /name Microsoft.NetworkAndSharingCenter' (= Network and Sharing Center), Advanced Sharing mumford68 says: 5 years ago I'm afraid I am having the same issue.
At the most troubled firm, they have a Windows XP Server and both Vista and 7 workstations. When you use the advanced method, you can better control sharing using Permissions.