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Got immediate message: " Webfldrs-KB907306-ENU.exe is not a valid Win32 application" I'm guessing there is some setting on the Vista computer that is blocking my ability to use Web Folders. Most of my systems are now Ubuntu Linux, but I have one XP system for "legacy" software (mainly PC games for the kids) and one Vista system for current compatibility (everything It prevents any communication between the users connected to the router, great for public applications. Laptop Windows Error Recovery... Check This Out

User Guest Had two XP machines connected together hardwire hub and cable. Computer 1's users/passwords == Computer 2's users/passwords Malke -- Elephant Boy Computers www.elephantboycomputers.com "Don't Panic!" MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User Malke, Oct 30, 2007 #8 ELW Guest Re: Yet another Vista-Xp So if the leah account didn't exist, Leah could enter malke's username and password (if she knew it). We must share the Root of both drives.

This is not a performance issue per se. The upgraded machine can see and share the other XP machine just fine but the XP machine cannot access the Vista machine other than the Public folder. Downloads usually work fine, and page displays that don't hang are typically snappy. Have turned off Firewalls and > the only Antivirus on both machines is AVG Free version.

Both have their firewalls temporarily disabled. I was able to install the LLTD protocol that each machine needed. Although they're all legitimate TCP, they do confuse a few routers. Share Files and Printers Between Windows 7 & XP Map a Network Drive Another method of sharing data between XP and Windows 7 is mapping a network drive.

do you mean security updates etc? Report mark on the Pacific- Apr 16, 2014 at 11:54 PM WORKS GREAT! This works in conjuntion with Server 2008. You do not have this option in Home. 4.

for the incredible info and advice in this and the previous message. The actual permissions on a file share are a combination of Folder and Share permissions. He wanted to be able to print wirelessly from an Acer TravelMate 4000 notebook running Windows XP with SP3 in another room. Safari would report “unknown error” ((null):10061), and IE and Firefox say that the webpage cannot be found.

Roberto is logged into Vista as roberto. Vista had no problem, but the XP machine would not allow the network through until weshut off the firewalls on both. MS didn't think this issue out well. 1 2 3 Next Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.

The upgraded machine can see and share the other XP machine just >> fine but the XP machine cannot access the Vista machine other than the >> Public folder. >> >> http://grdotnet.org/yet-another/yet-another-sfc-scannow-issue.html Windows 7 has a build in "Neighborhood" feature that is some ways restricts sharing resources unless it is with a Windows 7 neighbor. They are in the same workgroup: HOME. You're misunderstanding the identical user accounts/passwords bit.

It's usually in the Advanced Wireless section, or something similar. #12 Reinstall Adapters and Restore Defaults on Router If you've exhausted all the other troubleshooting tasks, you might try reinstalling before The upgraded machine can see and share the other XP machine just > fine but the XP machine cannot access the Vista machine other than the > Public folder. > > Has anyone else seen this behavior? this contact form restart Was this answer helpful?

hole but only you can decide if it matters in your situation. EW Ernliz, Oct 30, 2007 #6 Malke Guest Ernliz wrote: > Thanks Malke, and I'll have to get really basic now. but the computers don't see each other.

Essentially you’ll want to make sure both machines are part of the same workgroup, set up the correct sharing settings, and making sure network discovery is enabled on Windows 7.

Then one day, Windows Vista, being such a "smart" and "advanced" OS, simply refused to access the XP machine. You don't have to log in with the same account and use the same password as your wife - you just need to have the same accounts/passwords for the users on So depending upon how they are configured, they might prevent sharing or editing access. You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments (here).

SP2 and Vista RC1. it did not give an explanation why. If so, I can't find it. navigate here If you need Pro's ability to set fine-grained permissions, turn off Simple File Sharing (Folder Options>View tab) and create identical user accounts/passwords on all computers. 2.

Thanks for helping me solve my issues. The trickiest part is making sure you add the appropriate local user. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. This will give the effect of taking you directly to your Desktop when you start Windows.

If you wish a machine to boot directly to the Desktop (into > one particular user's account) for convenience, you can do this. EW ELW, Oct 31, 2007 #9 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Right-click the Network and Sharing Center icon and click Network and Sharing Center. In my case, my wife and I are actually different people with separate passwords and user names -- this was set up this way when we booted and set up our

If I launch a command prompt and execute ipconfig /release and ipconfig /renew I then get an IP address from the router.