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Win 2000 Can't See XP Machine On Network And Vice Versa

Turn off simple file sharing on the XP machine, its Explorer \Tools \Folder Options \View drag the bar to the bottom and untick simple file sharing. My websites:http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/http://musings.nitecruzr.net/http://networking.nitecruzr.net/http://recipes.nitecruzr.net/The N Zonehttp://groups.google.com/group/nitecruzr-dot-net-blogging/topics

http://www.gplus.to/nitecruzrhttp://twitter.com/nitecruzrhttp://www.youtube.com/user/nitecruzr View my complete profile In Martinez, California, it is... In Network and Sharing Center it is critical on Vista machine that you have your network configured as Private and that the Sharing and Discovery Settings are set to ON except Sunday, March 11, 2007 8:29 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I've done all that and still no luck. check my blog

I've downloaded the XP LLDP Responder, turned off both firewalls and simple file sharing, and invoked the GPO for LLDP on the clients without success.  I've put the clients on a dumb How;s it look? Jul 5, 2006 #7 jbroses TS Rookie In need of help I hope people are still checking this thread... The laptop is a HP dv6247cl w/ Vista Home Premium preinstalled so it is not built or modified.

To get started I suggest you FIRST disconnect your network from the internet (for your protection), then disable ALL firewalls (including Windows firewall) on ALL machines, and then work to get But it does explain how many of the pieces to the puzzle fit together (just the shape of some of the pieces are a bit different under Vista). Sunday, September 09, 2007 10:33 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Redondo77 rocks.   I thought I was the only person having this problem with my XP desktop Thanks again for your help, now the problem seems to get better...

Saturday, June 16, 2007 5:38 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hey guys, enjoyed reviewing your posts about Vista and Windows Sharing.  Have you investigated LLDP yet ? No, create an account now. Thanks a lot for your discovery. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

do I need the same settings that I made in my desktop vista PCif I want to connect another laptop to my network that has vista on it? Now I'm looking for the solution to my Vista Backup problem (backup to network drive asks for drive userid/password when none exist or should be required - a lengthy forum under If your using Live OneCare (for example), you will have to change the firewall settings (under Firewall tab - Firewall connection tool and tick first two boxes). RE: Networking XP laptop to windows 2000 desktop jpm121 (MIS) 21 Nov 03 12:21 What are your default gateway settings under TCP/IP properties?If it's something spurious it could cause problems.

I have File and print sharing setup for both of them any help will be gret thanks. I saw no mention of firewall settings in the writing by DAK Engineering.Yours, Redondo77 Saturday, June 16, 2007 12:02 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote After trying to On Vista client
(HEYVIIV) when I type the password the name gets changed to
HEYVIIV\Administrator. Otherwise, you had to do the same things I did, its’ not smooth, but it works.

Link for Vista: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/network/evaluate/vista_fp.mspx Link for WinXP: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=FD7FD48D-6B4A-448E-A632-076F98A351A2&displaylang=en 3) Workgroup name. read the full info here Sharing and Discovery make it these settings... This is what is happening now... then you want me to log in to my sister's pc and dad's pc with the username that I just added?

Set the Startup type to Automatic. click site Click Next.A dialogue box will appear asking for you to enter a port name. Click Control Panel | User Accounts. 2. So you want me to add my username as a new user account to my sister and dad's PC?

I really want to be able to reach the C$, but this is looking like some oddball XP issue. 1 Habanero OP Best Answer Semicolon Jan 6, 2014 Sunday, June 03, 2007 7:05 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I also had the same problem and after I installed this update, everything worked perfect!   Thanks! If not, do that, assuming the above questions were 'yes'.Also, how did you share the drives on the machines? news That network icon can be changed to a house image very easy to do and plus you should give the workgroup a name: So instead of NETWORK it could be called

on the other.) In order to solve the issue I unistalled both temporarily, got the network working correctly, then re-installed the same software on both machines. Ask a question and give support. Well considering I set the thing up, who the bleep is?My XP ID is in the administrators group so where do I go from here?Also how do I grant/create authority on

Before re-connecting to the internet, ensure all security software is re-enabled.Try this and post results to this forum ...

Login now. You might have to fix the NetBIOS on each PC If you go under Connect To (show connections Right click on the NIC or wireless card Click on properties Click on This requires that your computers are secure, behind a perimeter firewall or a NAT router, and opens the standard Vista personal firewall to allow Server Message Blocks (SMBs) to pass between You've got me interested.  I'm going to need more info bogg, you're losing us in progress.

I found this step by searching MS for "error message when you try to access a Windows XP-based network computer: "You might not have permission to use this network resource". Note: SSID - Tipstir for the main wireless router and any access points WAP or bridge SSID- tipstir Jun 11, 2008 #7 LookinAround Ex Tech Spotter Posts: 6,491 +183 Now with this type of setup you can give permission to everyone on your network or on certain shared folders or files. More about the author I googled that exact error message and found my final solution here: http://www.proprofs.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=8063 .

However, all its detail is focused on XP. I'm now able to see my dad's PC from my desktop vista PC. However, all its detail is focused on XP. what did i miss in the procedure?thanks,krakatoa RE: Networking XP laptop to windows 2000 desktop rcraw2838 (TechnicalUser) 3 Feb 04 13:53 Hi krakatoaAre you using the same crossover cable that worked

After changing it to 0, the Vista was able to access the XP instantly.  I was like a magic for that moment. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Jun 13, 2008 #14 LookinAround Ex Tech Spotter Posts: 6,491 +183 You have a mix of computers, users, operating systems and network connections all a part of your “File and The result Vista Network map created normal network map with both computers, but they don't see each other on My network Places.

Vista networking & sharing Cannot see computers in workgroup XP & VistaI followed the directions in an earlier post that said to download and install LLTD Responder on my XP station. Already a member? Users of high speed broadband connections will be especially interested in this. The Network Map uses a discovery protocol called Link-Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD), which is not a normal part of Windows XP.To be able to see a Windows XP server from a

Chuck,Great post. Can you ping the xp pc from the 98 pc and vice versa? Do you want them to have access to each other, in you case yes. Double click Services.