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    network fileshare prob

    hi everyone!
    i have 2 pc using win xp pro; sp2; with dl-604 router.
    pc"a" is working fine and can access the other pc"b" and all the shared folders ...(internet is working on both) but the other one cant access the shared folders of "a" - so i tryed everything thats possible to fix this prob - through lots of forum threads ... finally nothing seemed to fix prob.
    -> changed user accounts hundreds of times -guest on/off -nearly everything
    -> tryed all kinds of protocols
    -> tryed "simple filesharing" on/off
    -> even administrative tools/local security settings, changing -allow user to access network (adding users "everyone" "specified"- didnt help
    -> a is running winxp german other b is running winxp english .. but that cannot be the problem .. i just go crazy with this shit
    -> IEEE authentification wouldnt make it better
    -> tryed everything that i know and whats possible

    can anyone help me?
    thx
    chris

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    did you try the network wizard...and are you getting an error or a login. if its a login since its p2p I would add the same username on both pcs thats what I did to resolve the authentication window.



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    i tryed on both with same users accounts!
    the wired thing is as i tryed with "simple fileshare" off - login screen appeared for the first time - i typed in the user name and password and then nothing happend - only the password was removed again ....
    with simple fileshare on it gives me a error message:
    """pc"a" is not accessible. you might have no permission to use this network ressource. contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have permissions!"""
    firewalls are all uninstalled!
    antivirus is off!
    dunno as i used older win versions there never were problems

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    how about turning off windows firewall for SP2 on the computers... or allow file and printer sharing exception
    irewalls are all uninstalled!
    You cant uninstall windows firewall, only disable it

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    I have disabled windows firewall and all windows security shit ...
    so any other suggestions???

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    have you tried bypassing the router, and simply using a cross-over network cable?

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    [QUOTE=novaopiate]i tryed on both with same users accounts!
    the wired thing is as i tryed with "simple fileshare" off - login screen appeared for the first time - i typed in the user name and password and then nothing happend - only the password was removed again ....
    QUOTE]

    If the logon screen appears that means you have access to the system only with correct password. Have you got passwords turn on both system? If not you need to specify passwords for both.

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    I have the same problem...

    i have the same problem

    I have no user accounts, only the administrator one
    My two PC's are connected directly together by network cards and i cannot acces to any of them. I have the same message ...

    "pc a" is not accessible. you might have no permission to use this network ressource. contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have permissions!

    I am the administator !!! lol

    ok...i found two sites but I'm not sure they would help us...

    http://www.computing.net/windows2003...orum/2447.html

    and

    http://makeashorterlink.com/?P2AE21249

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