I am running the network through a Netgear router. Calder Munroe says: 5 years ago There is a Microsoft fix it tool to fix this issue Go to this website to run it. Have you tried typing the address of the other PC in Windows Explorer? I really appreciate someone taking the time to put in a list of possible issues and how to implement solutions. Source
I am not picky which method I use, I just need the PCs to run Deep Freeze after being imaged some way. I'm logged in as Administrator in 2003, and as a user with Administrave permissions in the XP. I am able to Ping from A to B and B to A but I can still not access either from either pc. Sadly, these instructions did not work. click here now
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I would be surprised if they all are given that there are 200 or so of them. Report wicked- Apr 18, 2009 05:28AM you are a god - thanks so much for posting this answer. Every version of Windows prior to 2008 and Vista can see each other, I can't believe Microsoft did this. Decided to go wireless.
On the General tab, make sure the following protocols are installed and checked: Client for Microsoft Networks File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) If it’s not there, That makes for a happy wife and a happy wife makes for a happy hubby. A desktop system is optimized to run a user-friendly operating system, desktop applications and to facilitate other desktop oriented tasks. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-cannot-see-pcs-in-same-workgroup.415601/ You guys were all very helpful and got my network up an drunning as opposed to those nimrods at ATT or GeekSquad who wanted me to pay for something they install
Thanks, guys. I have an exact oposite of the problem described here by a few people. Both can access the internet. This should hopefully fix any problems you are having with not being able to browse computers on your network.
The printer immediately showed up in the printers list on the remote PC. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-networking/cant-access-workgroup-on-some-computers-running-xp/acebfba0-2250-e011-8dfc-68b599b31bf5 Other computers can read files from my laptop and write to it; they can read and write files to and from each other; however the laptop cannot see other computers or If I type in the IP address such as \\192.168.10.20\c$, it works fine. The only barrier to knowledge is the perception that you already have it.
can you help me on this JoeCool says: 5 years ago Thanks. http://culturahq.com/cannot-see/cannot-see-public-folders-in-outlook-2003.html Thanx for the help Have a nice day AMD Athlon X2 4200+ ABit AN8 32X SLi 4x512MB + 1GB TwinMos DDR400 1 WD 160GB SataII + 1 Seagate 160GB SataII Gigabyte Thursday, July 30, 2009 7:56 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello,your problem is that you don't have a local DNS server, so if you choose \\servername\share you can pls help t34r says: 5 years ago After adjusting all the recommended settings for file sharing.
Log in or Sign up Computer Forum Home Forums > Computer Hardware > Computer Networking and Servers > Windows Server 2003: Server can't find other network computers Discussion in 'Computer Networking I also am able to access the internet and hook up to the network printer (wireless) through the router. Thanks for all your help too! have a peek here I have checked firewall settings and some services, but problem still same.
That is very important. Gold Star!! Then I was able to see when the remote PC attempted to access the main PC to which the printer is connected.
I mean, what the heck is that!? Any other suggestions? The firewall treats it as a malicious attempt & blocks it, but doesn't tell you that's what it's doing! Here there are three details to be sure to take care of: (a) In the Sharing tab be sure to check the right to share printer box, and Apply the change,
I was going crazy trying to figure out why none of the remote computers would print...I followed the steps you outlined and we're back up and running! I couldn't for the life of me figure out why after setting up file sharing on both my desktop and laptop, both of which are Vista, I could only get my a network adaptor that works in both xp and vista. Check This Out zaahied says: 6 years ago Hi.
Report kayway› babz - Nov 3, 2009 11:31AM Thanks for posting your experience with upgrading from Win"98" I wasn't sure it could be done. I triple checked everything. Mine was a wired environment, but had the same problem as wireless, because one machine is XP the other is Vista. Each computer on the network has to have exactly the same workgroup name in order to be able to see each other.
In this article, I will walk through several settings and configurations you can check that would commonly cause My Network Places to be empty.