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I graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, GA in 2002 with a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. MACHINES ARE XP OR 98SE DOES NOT SEEM TO MATTER . If using the advanced method, click on the Permissions button. Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience « Failed to save local policy database | Another question! » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Posting his comment is here

Router EPC3940. They are both under workgroup called workgroup and IP and DNS are set to auto. Using Belkin Wireless G router. Then click Use the following IP address and type in an IP address that would work on your current network.

Then open Device Manager via the Control Panel, find the network card, right-click it, and click Uninstall. At the inetnet port: internet ip: lan ip sheme) default gateway: dns ip: domainserver ip) At the router: router ip: and dhcp range: to My Ten computers can see each other and four can see each other but the two groups cannot see each other. Thanks Best Regards SOPHEA says: 7 years ago I had a problem whereby my Win2003 SBS server could see all the workstations (up to 40) except one.

  • are all of the computers in the same workgroup?How are the computers connected? 1Votes Share Flag Collapse - All the same by randy21m · 9 years ago In reply to hm
  • However, if incorrectly set, these settings could prevent sharing when you want it.
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  • TT says: 7 years ago The obtain IP address automatically section worked for me I just deleted the numbers that I had in the ip addresses and it worked for me
  • I must say, Windows has got to be the most retarded operating system ever excreted by any corporation.
  • You might not have permission to use this network resource.

yethu says: 5 years ago I have four computers in my house. Please help! I have also went into the Bios and nothing seems to stick out to me as far as the network adapter is concerned. mumford68 says: 5 years ago I'm afraid I am having the same issue.

Quote Postby CGW » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:14 pm Fantastic tip - worked for me too Many thanks k2003! I tried your suggestion but still the same problem. At the present time, I have not installed Norton on the Dual Core and I have turned off the firewall, no help there. mumford68 says: 5 years ago I simply wanted to mention that after trying a number of things including turning off the firewall on both computers (worked on 1 attempt) I was

I don't have the slots for the additional drives. But other three computers do not appear in my workgroup, in network connection even though all of them can still be accessed through remote desktop. but not all machine is shown in the network computers, some are missing. secretarybird says: 8 years ago This is the best set of instructions I have seen yet for Windows troubleshooting.

I have been at this for hours now with no luck. Quote Postby k2003t » Sat Oct 13, 2012 8:30 am I was having the same issue and this fixed it:DSM Control Panel / Firewall / Ports - Select / check the It prevents any communication between the users connected to the router, great for public applications. Sometimes I can get it by right clicking My Network Places and clicking explore.

Hopefully you'll have a simple solution, something I am obviously overlooking. Decided to go wireless. After that, go back to that screen and choose Obtain and IP Address automatically for both and click OK. I rebooted and waited a few hours and same problem."nbtstat -r" (via command line) returns the following:.

Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience 10-12-2005, 03:38 AM #3 geeza Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2004 Posts: 34 OS: XP Thanks, i think i've fixed it now Running through your checklist, I discovered "Client for Microsoft Networks" was no longer checked. nataraj says: 7 years ago I cannot see other computers in the network. I can even "Run ->\\nameofcomputer" and get to the computer and it's shares with no problem.

Additional things to check if you still have problems: ----------------------------------------------------- - Check your Services are Started on all PCs: Workstation, Server, TCP/IP Netbios helper, Computer Browser. - XP gives access to Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. You can do this by going to Control Panel, clicking on Windows Firewall and then clicking on the Exceptions tab.

rahul says: 5 years ago hi i am not able to ping my switch from my network and it is live but not getting ping is there and configuration to be

Is this happening to the same pc all the time? 1Votes Share Flag Collapse - Still Happening by randy21m · 9 years ago In reply to Computer Not Showing up i Boccas says: 7 years ago Best success yet in my quest for xp & win7 combo networking is May not solve all problems but does work well. Quote Postby henkg » Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:09 am This helped for me:Reset the router (power off, wait one minute, power on).Don't know why .... If I connect both computers to the router with an ethernet cable I am able to share files and connect to each other.

For more help, check out the PracticallyNetworked Forums. Our Support team will provide the correct patch for your DiskStation model. sohail says: 6 years ago Hi. Basically tried everything and was about to throw them out the window when i figured it couldn't hurt anything by intalling netbios.

md azaj ahmed says: 5 years ago we have a 40 system network, five of them are windows server 2003 sp2, and we are using public IP on these five systems. Think I am just going to set up a NAS after the holidays and have all my shares in one location instead of a couple different PC's. DS106 DSM 3ishDS411+ DSM 4.2 (3211)DS2413+ DSM 4.2 (3211) Top jonick01 I'm New! Thanks!