Trying To Set Up File Sharing Between 2000 & Xp Home
Topics include: Gettins Your Hardware and Software Ready for Windows XP Using the Simple Supplied Application Internet and TCP/IP Connection Options Chatting and Conferencing with Windows Messenger Creating a Windows XP All went fine until this step. Thanks. August 14, 2009 Craig Well, this is half of a good tutorial but you never covered setting permissions on the XP machine so that the Windows 7 machine can access the http://hcsprogramming.com/windows-7/tutorial-file-sharing-xp-to-non-xp-systems.php
Can ping it by number but not by name. Help! Both pc's ar connected to wireles router… Maybe there is something more I should do on xp side ? and they could see each other for one afternoon, next day after reboots, not a glimmer of each other. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-7/share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-and-xp/
How To Share A Folder In Windows Xp In Network
No mather if I enable or disable the 1394, even uninstalling at System/Hardware, and reruning the Network wizard, it says it will use the ethernet adapter for both access, but still, Simple File Sharing always remains disabled for computers joined to domains.What You Need:Computer running Windows XP Professional Continue Reading Up Next Up Next Article The Right Way to Share Printers with And it worked somehow to make the desktop appeared in the 'Net Map' of WinVista. November 4, 2009 patrick Worked great I have one problem though on the xp machine i have to put in my win7 login to get it to work.
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- Click on the box that says "Share this folder," the share name will be the folder name itself.
- button, and a new Advanced Sharing window will appear.
- connects just fine !
- Thanks for the refresher!
- Thanks September 22, 2009 Diego Espinosa Thank you very much for your assistance.
To share the printer on the Windows 7 machine go into Devices and Printers from the Start menu and double click on the printer icon. It took me a while to actually find a post that worked. There are other guides in this forum that describe how to set these up. Networking Windows 7 And Xp Under Advanced Sharing, click on the Advanced Sharing...
The CEO's primary network-necessary application is email, and we were able to work around that problem by setting up Microsoft Outlook to use only POP3 mail. Windows Xp Advanced Sharing Settings edition Log In or Register to post comments Danny (not verified) on Oct 29, 2009 Hi, I have a problem sharing files and folders between my XP Home Laptop and my I have dual boot on the win 7 machine with win xp as second operating system and the same printer drivers work on both xp machines and the network printer works http://www.windowsnetworking.com/j_helmig/wxpnetsh.htm I changed my NTLM registry setting in Vista to 1.
The examples shown here are for sharing a folder.In 'My Computer' or using 'Windows Explorer' navigate to the Folder that you want to share, do not open the folder just have How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa.There will be a value called LmCompatibilityLevel. I have my printer set up on my windows 7 pc. Click 'Apply' then 'OK' to close the window.Windows 98Open the folder Properties window again.
Windows Xp Advanced Sharing Settings
Log In or Register to post comments Will on Aug 12, 2005 to the user that was asking about how to specify "Power Users" on Windows XP, instead of just the https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-share-files-in-windows-xp-818249 Got a new windows 7 desktop. How To Share A Folder In Windows Xp In Network Similar to problems above, these PCs do not have problem printing to the shared printers attached to other PCs. How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp Could XP firewall or something else on the XP Desktop be blocking access?
Vista does, however, need to be installed after the previous version of Windows to prevent Vista from becoming unbootable. http://hcsprogramming.com/windows-7/windows-2000-registry-power-options.php Turn on Network Discovery and File Sharing. December 5, 2009 Trine Curtis I have been able to get my printer recognized across all my Win 7 and XP machines. Next when im on the windows 7 in the adminstration account and i go to the shared folder in network it doesnt let me change anything…. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together
For more information about permissions, see Windows Help and Support So, add to MY Friday fun. You need to ensure that your Vista home wireless network is set to private. (Default setting is public.) Sounds counter-intuitive, but you need to be on a private wireless network to e.g. news at first, I thought it's very hard to connect this two computer together.
Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: File Sharing between XP and Vista. Connect Xp To Windows 7 Now, you'll go back to the main Control Panel and select Performance and Maintenance, and select System (if you are using Classic View, select System). Microsoft's earlier operating systems Windows NT and Windows 2000 used it, too.
Since both are Microsoft products, the reasoning goes, it should be a cinch, right?
I get access denied - you do not have access permission. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Indirectly, my CEO's problems with his VAIO led me to a simple solution to another annoying problem. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan November 27, 2009 fletch What about permissions on the xp box?
Many thanks :-) November 10, 2009 Sheryl I had the same problems not seeing the other computers at first… but once I restarted them all after the changes you recommended… everything I have "upgraded" Windows ME to Windows XP Pro by using a full version of XP Pro, which detected the ME version and offered to upgrade it. December 14, 2009 Horse88 Great tutorial. http://hcsprogramming.com/windows-7/sound-prblems-after-upgarding-to-windws-2000-pro.php I tried to download the LLTD from Microsoft's support site (See Step 2 below.), but Microsoft's installer told me that I already had SP3.
I think Microsoft totally dropped the ball on Vista, from the Start menu, to the Aero Interface, the only thing cool are the gadgets, and from what I read on Microsoft's I did a fresh install of XP Pro (XPP) to a new machine and it saw my XP Home (XPH) PC just fine. try this: goto Start -> run run the command: control userpasswords2 this will bring up a window that allows you to specify the user types etc that you were familiar with Then it worked, finally !
Windows 7's error messages are not specific enough to allow a diagnosis. First, I tried to install Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) update in WinXP Pro. hopefully this helped anyone looking for a real answer. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Vista forum 65 total posts (Page 1 of 3) 01 02 03 Next Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer
Still the Windows 7 cannot access the XP although the XP can access the Win 7 fine.