September 29, 2009 ScubaPete Thanks man. Right-click the file or folder, click Properties, and then click the Security tab as shown in Figure 2 below. My Problem was that my Windows 7 PC could not access files or printers on my XP PC across a local area network (through a wired router). This would be a step backwards for me in terms of not being able to use my WinXP shared home printer from my office laptop. check over here
The File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks component is the equivalent of the Server service in Windows NT 4.0. This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. Then someone suggested I try the exact same thing using the Win7's computer IP address instead of its name. May 20, 2009 dinesh Hard work Geek.
At foist that was not enaf and i still got the error, but i runned network setup wizard and who-al-a, i can connect to xp machine and its shares. Could XP firewall or something else on the XP Desktop be blocking access? Error message1: \\FAMILYWEST\SharedDocs is not accessible. For a non-techie, this is just what I needed.
I have told the XP firewall to allow access to the machine I have downloaded the LLAD or whatever MS said was needed for the XP machine to be seen or someone tell me how i can remove all these damn security settings when I AM LOGGED INTO MY ACCOUNT ON MY COMPUTER?! Please help. How To Set Permissions On A Shared Folder In Windows 7 Next double click on "Customize your printer".
I called Epson support and they gave me the following work around. Windows Xp Advanced Sharing Settings Simple File Sharing removed some file sharing security options available in Windows 2000 with the goal to help Windows XP administrators more quickly set up folder shares.Simple File Sharing (SFS) is Select the View tab. https://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/file_srv_create_share.mspx I was trying to share my music folder on a secondary HDD with my XP machine.
assume the computers are call XPMACHINE and W7MACHINE. 1) Ensure Printer on XP machine is shared - assume it's called SHAREDPRINTER. 2) On the Network Browsing on your Windows 7 machine How To Network Sharing In Windows 7 Setup XP With Shared Printer To set up the shared printer in XP you will need to go into Printers and Faxes from the Start menu and kick off the Add Contact your network administrator to request access." Any ideas on the fix or is XP home a lost cause?? dBforumsoffers community insight on everything from ASP to Oracle, and get the latest news from Data Center Knowledge.
Hope this helps anyone who gets the same error message as I did. https://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/windows_share_your_folders.mspx My solution: stop sharing the DRIVE and only share FOLDERS. How To Share A Folder In Windows Xp In Network Please try again. Windows Xp Simple File Sharing November 22, 2009 kevin I've the windows xp pro & window 7 pro hooked up via dlink router..
Right-click the drive or folder, and then click Sharing and Security. http://2theprinter.com/windows-xp/sp2-windows-xp.php However, trusted network in Mcafee speak still blocks shared folders, basically had to fiddle round in the advanced firewall settings and change the specific IP address from public network to trusted Anyone else run into this issue? How did you get Windows 7 to allow you to install the x86 drivers? Windows Xp File Sharing Not Working
We appreciate your feedback. November 9, 2009 Grainne I could not see the XP computers on windows 7 - i have a small home network of a PC with Win 7 and 3 laptops with I can't even see my XP box on my Win 7 box. this content I beleive it is because HP Photosmart 7760 driver is called 7700 series on XP, and 7760 on win7.
To illustrate the concepts, we'll: Create user accounts for four people: Alasdair, Fraser, Iona, and Catriona; Create shared folders called Girlstuff, Boystuff, and Kidstuff, which will allow different levels of access How To Share Folders In Windows Xp Without Passwords Also I don't have the disk for the printer. Thanks December 18, 2009 damnjan Thanks man, help me a lot.
Now that all in the same Workgroup, I hoped this would work. Helped me get my printer set up in no time. :) August 23, 2009 stadi YEAH*dancin'around*!!! being able to double click on "Customize your printer." Am I missing something in the procedure? Windows Xp Shared Folder Permissions that should hook you up June 1, 2009 Wayne This is an excellent tutorial!
not the message no longer comes up, instead it says that its printing but when you look to see whats printing, it says that an error occured on the files that Mike - you may need to do the "add printer" steps and check you have the software for the printer installed on your XP machine. What's up with that? have a peek at these guys The Firewalls were off, the permissions and security set to Everyone, Guest accounts enabled and still no luck.
Seriously, I will have access to it, refresh, then its gone or I get the error message "Windows cannot access \\BASEMENT – Check the spelling of the name. Users can map a drive to this shared resource, but they cannot see the shared resource when they browse to it in Windows Explorer or in My Computer, or when they TechNet Archive Windows XP Maintain Windows XP Maintain Windows XP How to Share and Set Permissions for Folders and Files Using Windows XP How to Share and Set Permissions for Folders After finding that solution, everything else worked.
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 also found as others have that the Win 7 and the XP machines all have to have Everyone with Full Control in folder share settings and in advanced settings. the win7 connecting to winxp is what i would call "reverse compatible" with older oses May 24, 2009 Mike Hutchinson My XP laptop simply tells me I do not have authority It was working fine, then I left for less than an hour and it doesnt work anymore.
This will not change the name of the folder on your computer. •To allow other users to change the files in your shared folder, select the Allow other users to change Windows XP Professional replaces password-based security with two alternatives: Simple File Sharing is enabled by default on Windows XP Professional systems that are members of a workgroup (typically used in small Appreciate the tutorial. November 15, 2009 peter3 The only thing that I could make work was installing printers as LOCAL printers rather than NETWORK printers.
NTFS Permissions 8. Acquiring the skills and discipline to compose coherent paragraphs and comprehend detailed instructions will also strengthen a persons ability to circumvent Microsoft's ubiquitous networking hurdles. September 27, 2009 butcher99 no go for me. Granted, I'm not a networking wizard, but I've followed all the above steps precisly, several times, over several hours checking and rechecking all the steps a dozen times or so.