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above too, anytime you change the Workgroup name you must re-boot that computer for the changed Workgroup name to apply. Report DAAAVEEE- Aug 30, 2010 07:45AM THANKS so much superdave! Is that what you were advocating? A million thanks!!!!!!! this contact form

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/903267/en-us Rentia says: 5 years ago I work on a Network - sometimes the computer shows the other computers and sometimes not. To change it open Regedit and find the navaget to the following: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\NetBt\Parameters Look at the DhcpNodeType key. Related Resources solved Networking between xp and 8.1 Networking / sharing files between 2 Windows XP and 2 Windows 10 PCs Networking Between Windows 7 and XP Networking between Win XP Gold Star!!

Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp

You might not have permission I know this post is old, but I thought I'd post this as a warning to anyone else as fool hardy as I was to try ping other computers ok file&printer sharing on. Click the "Change Settings" button and change the workgroup name to "MSHOME".

One prime example of this is Norton Internet Security. one of the five cannot access or ping any of the other four, but we can access other systems from this system. I had read a little about static and dhcp and switching between and simply wanted to mention that due to IP's changing in some cases that may cause a connection problem Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp That is very important.

Helpful +0 Report Superdave Feb 13, 2009 08:09PM My printer sharing problem was caused by McAfee, and I'm hoping the solution might work with Norton. Workgroup Is Not Accessible. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Whenever a user tries to view a shared folder from a computer by navigating through My Network Places/ Entire Network/ Microsoft Windows Network/ Domain Name the user can only see 13 This would appear to be some kind of ghost group. try this After a day, or so, the 3 XP machines lose connection to the win 7 machine completely (untill i reboot the win 7 machine), not just the shared folders.

I hope you have had some luck since your post. Networking Between Xp And 10 Ooops! Thanks a bunch. The registry change seems to have fixed the network issue.

Workgroup Is Not Accessible. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource

but the computers don't see each other. nataraj says: 7 years ago I cannot see other computers in the network. Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp No reboot. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission Hope that helps!

You might not have permission Fought with this problem for several hours after my Windows 7 install got corrupted and I got the black screen of death. weblink http://bbs.blackviper.com/index.php?topic=1513.0 //end Helpful +1 Report juii May 11, 2010 04:50PM see the link .. Thank you to the author of this article/web page and to everyone that has added content to it. Finally feeling like nothing else was going to work I completely reset the firewall on both computers and, at least at the moment, they can see each other and transfer files Not Able To Access Shared Folder In Windows 7

After not finding the solution anywhere google pointed me, I did some plodding through every configuration I could think of and finally solved it. They can ping it, but not browse it, not even the public folder. Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top ronniesonora Posts: 919 This post has been reported. http://webadapt.org/windows-xp/solved-putting-an-xp-computer-on-a-2k-network.php It's turning Network Discovery ON.

This protocol must be installed in order to be able browse for it from My Network Places. Sharing Between Xp And Windows 10 Start Control panel Network and Internet (or Network and Sharing Center if you have "Classic View" enabled) Network and Internet Sharing Center Scroll down until you see "Password Protected Sharing" and And if I change that password at the Live site, will the XP machine also automatically expect that new password on the 8.1 machine or will I manually have to change

C:\Documents and Settings\HP>nbtstat -n Wireless Network Connection: Node IpAddress: [] Scope Id: [] NetBIOS Local Name Table Name Type Status --------------------------------------------- PRESARIO <00> UNIQUE Registered WORKGROUP <00> GROUP Registered PRESARIO <20>

Any other suggestions? Once I remove the ethernet cable and try to connect wirelessly I cannot see both computers. I just followed Kentxxx's instructions to the LETTER, on my new $1700 home built windows 10 gaming Pc, and it totally destroyed my windows install, I'm hoping all the hardware is Windows Xp Network Discovery This is done as follows: Start->Control Panel->Firewall->Advanced Tab->ICMP->Click Settings.

Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Reboot the machine. __________________ If TSF has helped you, Tell us about it! For these commands, Start, Run, CMD to open a command prompt. http://webadapt.org/windows-xp/resolved-winxp-pro-can-t-see-network-of-win98se-winme-machines.php Helpful +1 Report The Eddo Jul 12, 2009 09:29PM THe solution for this is often simple: Run the Network Setup Wizard on your XP Computer, make your workgroup name MSHOME On

I checked everything I could think of. The thing that worked was turning off all firewalls and virus software. I hope this helps for you as well… Start Menu -> Computer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View Tab -> In the Advanced settings box, under Files and Folders, tick I connected my PC to my router with the ethernet cable and was able to see my laptop but it said that my accesst was restricsted.

Stay logged in Sign up now! He began blogging in 2007 and quit his job in 2010 to blog full-time. Report Etexan- Mar 10, 2010 09:36AM SuperDave, Your suggestion was spot on. If someone can help me, it will be very appreciable.

Whatever userid you're using on the XP PC has to be one that exists on the 8.1 PC and has privileges on the 8.1 PC to delete files (or whatever it mine was there in the install list, I didn't have to go searching externally for it. Thanks Helpful +0 Report vmtl Jan 29, 2009 02:30PM After insane amounts of headaches installing the Microsoft TCP/IP version 6 worked like a charm! Note that if you have other firewall or Internet security software installed, it can also prevent Windows Networking features to function properly.

But when I click on the workgroup in Windows Explorer, there is nothing except an error that says: Bushytail is not accessible. XP sees Vista, Linux/UNIX see it, but some Vista machines don't see other Vistas, yet some others do! Report hadma- Jun 11, 2010 02:02AM yes the firewall is properly cofigured Helpful +0 Report bigz Dec 20, 2008 12:07PM take norton off Helpful +0 Report Jess Dec 27, 2008 08:36AM pinging not worked (request time out).

That makes for a happy wife and a happy wife makes for a happy hubby. mbreslin1954Feb 9, 2014, 6:35 AM In my experience, sometimes just by connecting once with the IP address, then subsequently I was able to see the other computer in the browser (Microsoft I went to Reports and Logs in Mcafee Security Center. I was able to ping all of the computers.

The only thing that I think changed is that I installed a trial version of Counterspy (now has been uninstalled) and I have installed ccleaner. It has worked great for years, no problems. zaahied says: 6 years ago Hi.