Except I do not have such a key in my registry although this is a complete new Windows 7 installation. Just the fact that Belkin (I know, rols eyes :)) and other networking manufacturers have released USB sharing routers I think that will simplify the whole sharing mapping thing all together. Edited by sbpan Saturday, December 22, 2012 7:22 AM Saturday, December 22, 2012 7:01 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, I would like to verify whether you I mean in my case I have two machines that are NOT on the Internet…..and many other people have EXACTLY this type of setup. http://linux4newbie.com/windows-7/can-39-t-see-network-drive-windows-10.html
The problem is Windows 7 uses NTLMv2 and XP/2003 use LM & NTLM. To resolve this issue, do the following on the Windows 7 computer: - Run GPedit.msc - Expand Computer However, if I double-click on a Windows XP machine it hangs for about twenty seconds then returns the following error message: Network Error Windows cannot access \\Windows XPcomputername Check the spelling Hkey_local_machine\system\currentcontrolset\control\lsa 3. No, create an account now.
Is this so much to ask? The time now is 06:10. Reboot Originally i found this documented in microsoft kb 913628. 3 Tabasco OP Moreira Oct 22, 2012 at 7:54 UTC @connor1992 - Just fixed the registry let's wait
If he is at ALL sharing something.. It is the same as using Simple File Sharing in XP Pro. Anyways, when I got to the registry key restrictanonymous, it was already set to 0. Windows Cannot Access Network Share You Do Not Have Permission let me explain so that i can take troubleshooting steps on just and just to the exact cause.
In addition Mapping a whole drive is not as easy as to use to be (Security reasons). Cannot Map Network Drive Windows Xp XP to 7 no issue everything works as it should. I believe THOUSANDS of people are suffering greatly from this too, spending DAYS to find a solution. I assume the notorious tricks you have already attempted are : - The notorious registry hack - Homegroup - disabling it - Anti virus firewall - disabled it - Windows firewall
I am unable to find network driver - LAN driver and wifi drive solved I am unable to access my hard drive in Windows 7, 10, or Ubuntu solved Unable to if you give share permissions to the 'everyone' account, you can restrict to read only or give read+write b. Map A Network Drive From Windows 7 To Xp The problem is Windows 7 uses NTLMv2 and XP/2003 use LM & NTLM. Map Network Drive Windows Xp Not Working I'd bet a lot of money that most win7 machines come set up that way, its what you get if you installed a new system from a dvd bbxrider, Jan
November 10, 2010 paul Strange…! see here Anyway to work around this security mess? According to me, the ONE WHO SHARES MUST BEAR the TROUBLE of HIS WILLINGNESS TO SHARE, period. Here we take a look at the problem you’ll encounter when trying to map to an XP machine if things aren’t set up correctly. Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 7
I just cannot do the reverse, from XP to Win7.Both machines are current with all MS patches/updates.This seems to be a common issue but with so many possible solutions I don't Logged Print Pages:  Go Up « previous next » Computer Hope » Microsoft » Microsoft Windows » Windows Vista and 7 » Unable to map Win7 drives from XP... November 14, 2010 Jim What if you are connectng an XP drive (only) via a USB device to a Windows 7 PC. this page By default this option is enabled.
I can add her printer to my list of printers, and she can add mine to her... You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Windows Xp I'm not sure upgrading to Win7 would help anyway because on my main laptop the Homegroup function is locked and can't be w-switched on. Thanks!
Thanks. 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. About Us We're a community of knowledgeable PC enthusiasts, providing advice and support for Windows 7 users. To enable Win7 C: drive sharing go to Start > Computer > right click Local Disk (C:) > left click Properties > click Sharing > click Advanced Sharing > tick Share Share Windows 7 Folder With Xp Like I said, I understand I can drag folders into the public Win7 share [which does seem to work though I need to test more] but this is so annoying and
If this happens one more time, I am looking for another operating system!!!!!!!! Mtnbird: You have XP Home, that is why the “Local Users and Groups” does not appear. If you ever want to disconnect a drive, just right-click on it and then Disconnect. http://linux4newbie.com/windows-7/windows-98-connect-to-network-share.html To correct my post, I actually am able to MAP the target Win7 drives, but clicking on them in Explorer returns this error:X:\ is not accessibleAccess is deniedI have been mapping
There are several scenarios where you might want to map a drive in Windows 7 to access specific data. Some which, cannot be removed. Does anyone know how to add another batch file to be run after the "psexec -his cmd" is invoked? (Check out http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/1838-open-a-command-prompt-with-local-system-level-privileges). I can also see the 2 shared drives [yes, I am sharing the root of Win7 C: and D:, but I am on protected home network and see no issue with
She can print to her printer, and I can print to mine. All my computers have accounts with administrator privileges. Can anyone help me solve this issue? if not, you get prompted for a username/ password to get access at least for that session.
Are you using programs that require a network share to present itself as a virtual local drive?The point I am trying to make is that there maybe an acceptable workaround. sometimes it happens few minutes after reboot. I have tried uninstalling/installing Integration Features on the VM as well as removing/installing Windows Virtual PC on the host OS. Edit restrictanonymous with the value of 0 4.
Refer to the following thread: File Sharing between Windows 7 and XP http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itpronetworking/thread/fa963736-9a89-44c6-9ac9-9f487460a364 Hope this helps Vincent Wang TechNet Community SupportFriday, December 21, 2012 6:26 AM Reply | Quote It should be a clearly explained option and I should also be able to fully disable that type of security if I choose to.This is a major hassle. There aren't any versions of Windows listed anywhere in the article, or none that I can find. October 16, 2011 Sullijwiii I have mapped multiple times to an XP Pro machine from my Win7 64 bit.