Right-click the printer for which you want to set permissions, click Properties, and then click the Security tab. Manage Your Profile | Site Feedback Site Feedback x Tell us about your experience... On the Windows 7 machine go into Control Panel \ All Control Panel Items \ Network and Sharing Center then click on Change advanced sharing settings. August 6, 2009 Phil McGuire I run a small network of 3 computers - A Windows 7 machine, a XP machine (Service pack 3) and a MAC (OS X). check my blog
thanks a lot1 bvaughn says: 7 years ago What a great article! However, I got to where I loaded the drivers & after that it just hangs there for ever. I can now print from my Windows 7 laptop again. being able to double click on "Customize your printer." Am I missing something in the procedure? https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb457001.aspx
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If you don't mind, I'm going to let my wife think I figured it out all by myself. January 4, 2010 Gen I have a new Windows 7 and 2 other machines running XP SP3 home - FINALLY!!!!! I was able to print to the printer for several months. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 10 This info was the most help I have ever gotten, after many tries, trying to connect my printer from my desktop to my windows 7 laptop.
In Permissions, click the Allow or Deny check box for each permission you want to allow or deny. June 11, 2009 Jim S By the way, I didn't mention in my last post that the Windows Media Player in Windows 7 accesses and plays my media files on the November 5, 2009 Abdullah Thanks for this great tutorial For those who dont have password, Control Panel\System and Security\Administrative Tools\local security policy then local policies\security option disable "Accounts: Administrator account status" To connect to an Internet or intranet printer Click Connect to a printer on the Internet or on a home or office network.
Thanks tpayne105 says: 7 years ago wow that was fairly easy! How To Share A Printer In Windows 7 To Xp Mode I run the troubleshooter and it cannot solve the problem. Greatly appreciated. In the Name box, type the name of the user or group you want to set permissions for, separating each name with a semicolon ( ; ).
However, the XP computer can access my laptop perfectly. heebiejeebie says: 6 years ago Dear Aseem -- Thank you so much for this very successful tip. How To Share Printer From Windows Xp To Windows 7 When I did this with a windows 7 x32 laptop it connected easily without any of the above problems. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp In Lan Both are in Workgroup.
kaktobe62 says: 7 years ago Your steps worked flawlessly. http://emec16.com/how-to/delete-blocked-printer.php Thank you so much for your help. To find the shared folders and devices double click on the Windows 7 machine icon under Network. Here you can see the printer connected to my Windows 7 machine is shared Open “Network and sharing center” 13. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together
Then, go to the Epson site and download and install the printer drivers for the XP machine - in my case for the RX500 that was Printer Driver v5.5bAs Windows XP, it gave me an error saying that the network resource was unavailable so as far as i can tell the win 7 and xp computers are in the same workgroup conected the local print spooler is not running. news Terry says: 5 years ago Thank you over and over.
When I click on details, it says "Error Code 0x80070035 The network path was not found." Any ideas? Share Printer Xp To Win7 Why? Boy, how Microsoft sucks!
This is a very handy tutorial on home networking between different operating systems. Please help. Barb says: 6 years ago Thank you, this worked fine for me at first. Sharing Printer Windows Xp Ke Windows 7 Eventaully used add printers on XP and manually typed in the address of the printer (case matters for the address e.g. \\Grainnecourt-PC\EPSONStylusPhoto(Copy 2) and it worked!
What's up with that? but it still does not even recognize the windows 7. Step 5: Next, click Create a new port and choose Local port from the list of options. More about the author November 14, 2009 jim This is wonderful and it all works EXCEPT for ….
Restart. frustrated says: 6 years ago My Dell 942 AIO printer does not have a driver compatible with windows 7…now what? Click Next, click the printer in Shared printers. i attempt to set c2 to use the printer on c1, it says it can not find the drivers for the printer on the network.
your solution to the "problem of sharing drives on windows 7 aside from the public drive" worked! Thank you! sodki says: 6 years ago Thank you so much. What can my relatives do to minimize their out of pocket expenses on their fathers estate Should I be concerned that swap is being used on a host with nearly 40GB
December 18, 2009 Raj Hi, I have tried what all you mentioned here…I am not able to see XP machine on my Lap which has Windows 7. The content you requested has been removed. After fooling around with this for hours today and getting nowhere, I followed your instructions and it works!!! However, when I try to actually send a print request to the printer I get an error message: "Spooler SubSystem App has encountered a problem and needs to close" The only
I am trying to share a Canon MP 780 from a Windows 7 64 bit computer with a Windows XP Home/Media laptop (32 bit). Seung Suh says: 5 years ago Thank you very much. Now we can do the mindmeld. The name of the printer in Windows 7 was first the type of the printer.
To change or remove permissions for a printer Open Printers and Faxes. I have checked firewall settings, and everything else I can think of, but no success. Kodak was no help. The installation of shared printers automatically stops when you can't give it a valid .inf (and I don't know what will be valid?!).
I was still not able to print to the XP printer. Except, I was unable to "see" the computer on the network. The printer is on an XP, and the other users are on Windows 7.