billryan_nz Jr. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites gremlin190 0 Newbie Members 0 2 posts Posted September 3, 2010 I seem to be getting the same problems as So this is a bit of a re-post, with some bigger screenshots from my own setup. Must be W7 & WHS 2011 (2008).
To review these permissions, right-click on the folder or file, click Properties, and then click on the Security tab. #11 Check Client Isolation on Router If you haven't had success with So you may want to keep it in there, depending on how much you add to the pool on a regular basis. I have no problem accessing shares from the Windows XP Home 32 bit pc. It also is allowed remote access. http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/network_sharing_troubleshooting_tips.htm
Running the "WSS Troubleshooter" utility, and selecting the "Rebuild DrivePool Shares (OS reinstall)" option may work to "force" the share to that folder. This may cause name resolution attempts go to the Internet, since your router is not an authoritative DNS server for the domain gateway.2wire.net. Going to http://server/ in the web browser doesn't work either.
The quick & dirty is to just put in:192.168.0.2
Even Task Manager won't make it end process, return to nornal. Windows 7 File Sharing Not Working Re: Shared folders not accessible « Reply #5 on: October 13, 2007, 11:38:23 AM » Can you please have a look at the events coming from MrxSmb (in the System category)?What But now that I think of it, was while J River Media Centre was updating the library that the troubles really started (which I can repeat - same result with WMP) https://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/680d7222-b05b-4cdb-a72c-200418a0f293/can-not-open-whs-shares-from-win7-whs-console?forum=whssoftware I'm not 100% certain of this, but would be worth checking out.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites blueo 0 Newbie Members 0 1 post Posted January 15, 2011 Hi, I seem to be having this same issue Printer Sharing Problem In Windows 7 The result is that no shares at all are available anywhere, even if they appear in the Dashboard (e.g. Then on the Exceptions tab, make sure you check the File and Printer Sharing option. Have you tried not using Homegroup? –harrymc Sep 11 '13 at 7:19 I've added some more detail.
It should then look like https://myserver.remotewebaccess.com:7784 Lights-Out 2 console login error By Wolfgang5 · Posted yesterday at 04:55 AM Tinus, I'm trying to login to the console on my Windows 10 Pro this This is exhibited by workstation windows explorer going out to lunch whilst trying to access shares (alternating torch forever). Network Sharing Problem In Windows 7 Rebooting your router may work out the glitch. File Sharing Not Working Windows 10 Thx for giving me this hint..
Help? As for the WIndows Search, this may help: http://wiki.covecube...ePool_Q7200705B For the "Controller Error", is this happening when the USB drive is under heavy usage? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites J1mbo 26 Advanced Member Members 26 1260 posts Gender:Male Location:UK Posted September 24, 2010 Sorry it's back now - missing I probably changed the username somewhere, but changing the username doesn´t change the userprofile. Network Sharing Problem In Windows 10
So depending upon how they are configured, they might prevent sharing or editing access. WHS Connector can not connect. This is baffling, what could have changed to cause this? registry patch is missing off your server.
Logged billryan_nz Jr. File Sharing Issues Shows what a non-geek (a.k.a. You may need to allow remote access for the username as well.
Pls help ... Read about what it is here. Read about what it is here. You Do Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Windows 7 I must be doing something stupid here though.
What I did see was mostly Logon/Logoff and Account Logon entries. If I can't get things sorted though, FreeNAS is of course an option. –Lunatik Sep 14 '13 at 17:58 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up This only happens with the Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit pc. So I need to repair the situation.
Win7 pc can ping all workgroup devices but can connect to network. The file that's already in there named LMHOSTS.SAM contains a lot of information if you want to read more about how to configure the thing. It doesn't get accessed very often. Back to top #7 greggerca greggerca Member Members 12 posts Posted 24 July 2014 - 03:56 AM Well, I mean the entire process (without reboots) takes about 20 minutes.
up vote 4 down vote favorite 1 I have a Windows Home Server v1 (based on Windows Server 2003). Both computers have wired connections to the server. Read about what it is here. This is called the UNC path and is formatted as: \\computer_name\share_name\optional_file_name #2 Use the Windows Repair and Diagnostics Tools In Windows XP, right-click the network icon in the system tray and
Monday, June 28, 2010 1:26 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Uninstalling Zone Alarm did not have any effect. Do n and n^3 have the same set of digits? Then push and hold the button for thirty seconds. Have you tried completely disabling (and perhaps even uninstalling) ZA?
Thx. If not, you may want to add an entry for the server in the LMHOSTS file. The time from typing in the password until getting the roving green eye is about 5 times longer and during that time the mouse is not viewable in the console window. I thought it was the same username as used to logon with?
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