My System Specs OS Windows 7 samwilliam View Public Profile Find More Posts by samwilliam 06 Jun 2013 #6 Shadowjk Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 ; Windows Server 2012 R2 After, I did all this it worked. No systems on network have any password in their user accounts. You need to properly set the Local Security Policy, which annoying comes with no default value set. http://culturahq.com/windows-7/windows-7-cannot-access-network-share.html
Last Jump to page: « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Windows 10 Forums Network and Sharing Cannot access shared network drive Similar Threads Thread Forum Cannot map shared network All computers are part of the same work group (WORKGROUP) and all computers are wired connected. I open up a windows explorer and type \\themachine and then I get the error. –dublintech Jan 31 '12 at 13:43 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote The frustrating On the desktop all drives were shared with full permissions. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/cannot-network-access-windows-7-shared-c-drive/0bf04264-3336-4db6-a98c-b4c1aca35aaf?auth=1
It is working now. I then logged onto the machine that had the folder I wanted to share thru RCP. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top dalamaggas Posts: 2 This post has been reported.
The machine I am trying to connect to and my friends machine can both see shared folders on my machine. After encountering the above I changed it to Admin level but this did not resolve the issue of creating a folder on one of the drives. As you can imagine, I am banging my head against the wall on this one. How To Access C Drive On Network Computer The Home editions do not have the administrative shares enabled.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/980486 Include Patch from Microsoft, 6to4 Adopter remover and batchfile. How To Share C Drive In Windows 10 What should I do to fix this ? Comments on this entry are closed. Last edited by UKMedia; 09 Aug 2015 at 07:08.
It is working now. I have few systems in the network with some running Win 7 and others Win XP. How To Share C Drive On Network Windows 7 Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top ispalten Posts: 6259 This post has been reported. C$ Share Windows 7 I went into Control Panel, disabled offline files, rebooted the computer, and voilá --> I could access the shared folders again!
Open “Computer Configuration”/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Local Policies/Security Settings. 3. This was driving me nuts because I could do it just fine from my Windows Vista or Windows XP machines. Hope this helps. check over here Find Us
For all practical purposes, it is virtually identical to my other high-end rig, which you've read about some time ago, in hardware and in software. Machinename C In order to apply this to a LAN you need to make sure that all the clients are in the same workgroup and that they have the exact same username and The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Don't put the W7 machines on HOMEGROUP. when sister leaves delete her account. Had to set Domain Controller's IP as the first entry in DNS within the network adapter properties on the problem machine. Remote Uac Administrative Share share|improve this answer edited Mar 15 '15 at 7:03 answered May 20 '13 at 6:43 Eliko 1314 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Here is how I was able
All computers can access the internet. When I select see details on the error pop up, I see: Error code: 0x80004005 (google doesn't help much) I can nbtstat -a the machine who has the shared folder. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.1/ Connection to 0.0.0.1 failed. this content Windows 7: Shared C Drive but access denied 05 Jun 2013 #1 samwilliam Windows 7 20 posts Shared C Drive but access denied Hi Guys, I have a
NAS and two PCs on one network and the Domain Controller on the other. I did not create any username/password for any machine. Now, let's see the fix for this thingie. So the tip is: disable the homegroup feature.1.Open the control panel. 2.Go to Network and Internet. 3.Go to HomeGroup. 4.Click on the blue link Leave the homegroup.
Are you being prompted for credentials? –Christopher Aug 26 '11 at 19:11 Are you typing credentials as machinename\adminaccount and then entering password? –Christopher Aug 26 '11 at 19:15 The image below shows you what a potential sharing setup might be, after you go through all the dozen little windows and tabs that let you do that. So, It must be something wrong with admin share.If you face the similar problem in accessing administrative shares in Windows 7 specially in workgroup computer, try this registry trick. this brought me to a permissions section.
I have a network of about 130 computer all with static ip's mostly running Windows XP. And even if everything works just fine, homegroup still does not support sharing of entire drives. Browse other questions tagged windows network-shares remote-access smb or ask your own question.