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Any other ideas? Referee made a mistake but recommended acceptance, what to do? I found this »windows7forums.com/windo ··· ork.html it is the exact same problem but I don't understand why their solution is to change the computer name of the win2k box. This has worked for one of my machines (the Win7 machine can now access one of the Win2K machines) I will try to see what the problem is with the other navigate to this website
A program that could buffer stdin or file Can you predict a number that is "randomly" chosen by a person better than chance? make sure to check and see if the W2k machines are NTFS if so this will be a problem 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Win 98 can't open Win 2K Share If you don't have a firewall, then a router such as one of the LinkSys wireless/broadband routers can provide NAT for you, and you should seriously consider getting one of these. Using the Win 7 machine I can connect to shares on my XP and Vista machines, but not to my 2 Windows 2000 Server machines. my response
You could try that and see if it has any difference. Error code: a9b8022b" #4 zelda is drowned View Profile View Posts 23 Oct, 2015 @ 1:24pm Same problem ;( #5 VAKHTANG GEO View Profile View Posts 23 Oct, 2015 @ 2:11pm View Profile View Posts 27 Sep, 2015 @ 6:17am Well I get a bit different mesaage, just checked and it says: "There is a problem with your connection to our oniline Is it just that Windows 2000 is too old to connect to Windows 7?
Walmart driving away customers [Rants,Raves,andPraise] by PX Eliezer633. It seems to be caused by some sort of mixup between workgroup and domain log in's. · actions · 2009-Sep-26 10:55 am · tim_k
All rights reserved. share|improve this answer answered Nov 26 '09 at 19:54 disserman 1,2991231 I started to have the same problem but after a windows update, before that everything was working great, The connection works fine, using my domain account to logon when using Windows XP (in fact, it automatically uses my domain credentials). https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/982734 I need help solving this riddle!
I thought I fixed it by starting up the XP machines first, but I'm wondering if this will fix it so it doesn't matter which machine starts first. Windows 98 Connect To Network Share All rights reserved. and it runs fine. share|improve this answer answered Nov 26 '09 at 15:34 Izzy 7,57022433 3 Because it won't help anyone else who comes accross this question in 3 months time with the same
Also they must belong to the same workgroup. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Win 98 can't open Win 2K Share by eotterbacher · 16 years ago In reply to Win 98 Check all the physical devices on your network to ensure they are plugged in and powered on. 2. Windows 2000 Cannot Connect To Windows 7 Share Is this possible? Windows 7 Connect To Windows 2000 Share Microsoft makes big privacy changes to Windows 10 [Microsoft] by trparky367.
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What you have to do is the following:Go to Computer Management/Server Management on the Win 2K server and find the 'Shared folder' setting, right click on it and click on Configure Windows 7 Cannot Access Windows 98 Share Didn't work. Job asking for bank email and password Python format string !s vs :s What exactly does the poster of Schindler's list depict?
you could also delete all of the password files *.pwl to avoid having to log onto a workgroup and then windows delete the user name and do not enter a pasword This mapping works fine from other Win 2k machines and from XP Pro machines. All my other computers; XP, Vista, Linux, can connect to the shares, but not win7. Lmcompatibilitylevel Windows 10 There is an option called something like: 'authentication' this is set to 'Microsoft' by default.
From the screenshot you can see it was done on the win 7 system, but I guess I should have also mentioned it in the post. · actions · 2009-Nov-5 6:52 My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number self built OS 7600.20510 x86 CPU P4 550 3.4 GHz HT running at 3.5 GHz Motherboard MSI PM8M3-V (MS-7211 v1.x) Micro-ATX mainboard Memory OCZ 2 We have no firewall. (All computers are connected with ethernet cables to a hub [not a switch]) –Craft Apr 21 '11 at 17:24 Might be better to have a share|improve this answer answered Apr 21 '11 at 19:36 Moab 47k977129 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign
How to sell if one party disagrees? Save my time. · actions · 2009-Nov-3 6:39 am · tim_kButtons, Bows, Beamer, Shadow, KaseyPremium Memberjoin:2002-02-02Stewartstown, PA1 edit tim_k Premium Member 2009-Nov-3 7:30 am Re: [WIN7] Win7 can't connect to win2k