Sheesh this is flakey code. Public folder sharing is on. So, with all of this done and zone alarm working, it is seeing the other computers finally!!!! But not vice versa until I changed the workgroup name and then changed back on the Win7 computer. weblink
Click on ADVANCED SYSTEM SETTINGS on the left. Monday, August 16, 2010 4:50 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote I have been wrestling with this night and day. Click on the COMPUTER NAME tab. So that's it.
Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Cannot see other computer in wireless network This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. disable the homegroup, and choose the workgroup options instead. Rant for the day: Why has the ease of networking in Win NT 4.0 been replaced by the convenience of networking in Windows 7?
Good Luck! Restart the machine and see if its worked. as soon as the trial expired I removed it and installed AVG. Domain Computers Not Showing Up In My Network Places Windows 7 Click Start > Computer > System Properties (at the top) 2.
Last Jump to page: Results 101 to 110 of 289 PCknow Posts : 1 windows 10 New 11 Jan 2016 #101 It works KRL said: Open the services menu by Computer Not Showing Up On Network Windows 7 I have two Win 7 machines.A netbook and a desktop. by David Chan / October 24, 2003 10:04 PM PDT In reply to: Re:Re:Cannot see other computer in wireless network There are several methods to check your existing TCP/IP settings.Method One: https://forums.techguy.org/threads/computers-dont-show-up-in-mshome-network.289914/ What is this error?
it did not give an explanation why. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows Xp I know that my servers all had this ("Function Discovery Resource Publication") turned off for as long as they've been in service, which is a matter of years, and it always Enable the option. If the issue persists, try to access another computer by entering \\computername in the Start Search box. I then figured out how to use Norton and made each computer on the inside network a "trusted" computer.
The other three can see each other and can share files and folders without any problems. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/cannot-see-other-computer-in-wireless-network-585/ No. Can't See All Computers On Network Windows 7 When I run the wizard I chose "this computer connects to the internet through a residential gateway" on both computers. Domain Computers Not Showing Up In Network Windows 7 All of the workstations appeared.
Other solution:- In windows 7 there is option for network to chose that it is "home", "work" or "public" network. http://codecreview.com/windows-7/configuring-windows-network.html golfer2, Oct 29, 2004 #7 golfer2 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 6, 2003 Messages: 76 I'm getting close. Any ideas would be appreciated. if off turn it on, save changes, exit center then check it again. Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp
For testing purposes I removed the user in the permissions list on the XP share and I added "everyone." Then I go back to the Windows 7 pc to try and BUT. Removed all from the homegroup and its working so far. check over here What do I have to enable or disable to get it to work.
How do modern game engines achieve real-time rendering vs Blender's "slow" rendering? View Workgroup Computers Windows 7 Three of my boxes are 10586.63. I got fed up with it when I bought a "storage router" that allows me to share USB drives and printers on the network without a PC hosting them.
Oops forgot the link:http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/reskit/tools/existing/wntipcfg-o.aspDon't worry it works for XP too. Members can monitor the statuses of their requests from their account pages. So I'm at a loss for a fix that isn't doing a restore about once a month. http://codecreview.com/windows-7/configuring-the-network-adapters.html If we take the cable modem out of the equation, shouldn't the machines be able to share files and printers etc.
now back to see why Zone Alarm is restricting access to the 'puters on the net. *serenity now* *serenity now!* Wednesday, January 27, 2010 5:45 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign I clicked on the event and at the bottom of the page added the IP address of the remote PC to the trusted list. I had a similar if not the same problem with my 802.11g NETGEAR router. and there ya go.