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View all 7 comments Report cp- Dec 12, 2009 02:11AM SuperDave, This was it. If you can’t ping them, then that means that there is something wrong with the network connection itself. maryo says: 6 years ago I've tried all your suggestions and still can't view any other computers in my workgroup. It was only the printing that wasn't working. http://tenten10.com/windows-7/connecting-to-a-workgroup-with-windows7.php

or is it wireless? The Network window displays a list of computers in the workgroup of the computer. Figure 9 shows an example. Then click Use the following IP address and type in an IP address that would work on your current network. http://www.dummies.com/computers/pcs/how-to-browse-the-network-workgroups-in-windows/

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Figure B You'll then assign a password to the account. It allows me to see my changes instantly without having to switch pages. Saturday, June 16, 2007 5:38 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hey guys, enjoyed reviewing your posts about Vista and Windows Sharing.  Have you investigated LLDP yet ? Helpful +3 Report daibak Aug 27, 2009 01:25PM There's a confusing amount of accurate and inaccurate detail in this thread so I'm relating critical steps I took this morning helping a

To view the current network location type, do the following, click Start, right-click Network, and then click Properties. Monday, June 01, 2009 7:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Follow the steps by ‘redondo77’ then one more thing, if your firewall allows it, you should input But what fun would that be. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 8 Top of page For More Information For more information about networking features in Windows Vista, see the Windows Client Networking Web site.

When I map the network I see the computer but I cannot see any files or printers. Read More Home About Contact Privacy Policy Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Monday, August 20, 2007 1:05 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote A BIG thank you to all who posted on this thread.  Redondo, I followed your 5 steps The request simply times out.

Three days I've been working at it.In just 2 hours however, I have installed Linux (XANDROS) on my machine and printed on the XP first try!! What Is My Workgroup Name Windows 10 The bottom portion of the window displays the workgroup name. This finally did the trick for my network.   Keep pounding away at it. The Win 8 and Mac can see, but cannot access the Vista.

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Vipin says: 7 years ago i m using a office network and all pcs are connected in workgroup. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-networking/windows-vista-pc-doesnt-appear-when-viewing/55c1f8b7-1613-4155-97fa-a27cf9959d0a Cannot Authenticate to a Shared Folder from a Windows Vista-based Computer If you cannot authenticate when accessing a shared folder from a Windows Vista-based computer on a computer running a version View Workgroup Computers Windows 7 Windows Vista by default does not allow simple file sharing. Computer Not Showing Up On Network Windows 7 Thanks.

Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Windows 8, 8.1 Support Windows 7, Vista Support Windows http://tenten10.com/windows-7/vista-drivers-all.php Ankit says: 6 years ago Greetings for the day!! To enable File and Printer Sharing, go to the Control Panel, then Network Connections, right-click on Local Area Connection, and choose Properties. Following your instructions solved the problem.   I completely despair of how systems are let out like this from the shops with no advice or guidance on what to check.   Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp

I have all the file sharing and print sharing enabled. Figure G Printers shared in a HomeGroup will appear and can be accessed when you connect to a Windows 7 system. Gold Star!! this content Then I clicked Internet and Network and finally on Inbound Events.

I like McAfee, but I can no longer install it through my DSL. Windows 7 Workgroup Vs Homegroup Windows 8 64-bit, running Norton Internet Security (it came with it). Report maxcat- Nov 17, 2009 04:03PM The issue is most likey caused by the mode that Netbios is running in.

If you are logged in using a user account that has not been added to the computer sharing the folder, you will be prompted to provide a user name and password

The other computers on my network can still see my laptop and I can access the Internet from my laptop. I saw no mention of firewall settings in the writing by DAK Engineering.Yours, Redondo77 Saturday, June 16, 2007 12:02 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote After trying to To find out the existing workgroup name for a computer running Windows XP, do the following: Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. Windows 7 Workgroup Computers Not Showing certain adaptors work with certain operating systems and I seem to be missing the one that lets xp talk to vista.

I followed your list of instructions, but still no luck. So you have to log into your router and open the ports manually. umair says: 7 years ago dear sir, In LAN environment my computer has access / ping other computer but other computer have no access / ping. have a peek at these guys At the winsock prompt enter reset and press enter.

You're professional!!!!! Monday, December 03, 2007 12:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote When I turned on my new Vista machine in my XP home network workgroup, all computers saw Any suggestions on how to run down the cause of this would be greatly appreciated. Greg Shultz shows you how to grant Windows XP and Windows Vista systems access to the folder and printers shared in a Windows 7 HomeGroup.

The Vista computer can see and access the others. Arron KADC says: 6 years ago My laptop (WinXP) has suddenly decided to stop seeing other computers (firewalls disabled) in my network. Configuring a Windows 7 HomeGroup system In order to configure a Windows 7 system that is part of a HomeGroup so that Windows XP and Windows Vista computers can access the Thanks!

There is a known issue from Microsoft about the Vista x64 printer sharing option. My LSA value was 2. The bottom line is that you can easily access shared folders within the My Network Places window, regardless of in which workgroup those computers reside. Thanks in advance for your help.

About the third line down you will see node type and I would bet it is most like set to peer-peer. Follow the instructions to see if it's on. To configure advanced sharing options, click Advanced Sharing. Ensure all of your machines’ IP addresses are listed, as well as that of your router or wireless access point. 1.2)    My Vista laptop came loaded with Norton Internet Security.

Viewing Workgroup Computers in Vista This is a discussion on Viewing Workgroup Computers in Vista within the Windows 7 , Windows Vista Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. In the Successfully set network settings dialog box, click Close. Click Share for the File Sharing dialog box previously described. Will you be adding Windows 7 systems to a mixed network?

Document any error messages, dialogue boxes or other potential flags.