Let me restate the Problem. Gateway 5438 - Vista Home Premium - Linksys PCI;
Dell 4550 - XP home - D Link PCI; Dell 8400 XP Media Center - Ethernet to
Media Center accesses files from Gateway; Home accesses files from Gateway;
Dells do not access from one another and Gateway does not access from Dells.
All PCs are on same net and same workgroup. They appear on
Vista Net & sharing expanded Map. They appear on McAfee Map. They appear
on network places as indicated in the preceding access pattern. LLTD is
installed and running on the XPs. Folders are individually shared from each
PC. Everything is done with full Administrative priviledges because I am the
only user of the Gateway and the 4550 and the administrator of the 8400. Any
help would be appreciated. I have read all the referenced self help files
and links and most of them are way beyond my understanding and those I
understood I had already applied.
Life is not a banquet; it is a covered dish dinner. What do you bring to
"Mick Murphy" wrote:
> Have a read of the above link re Vista File and Printer Sharing.
> How to give Permissions are there, too.
> "Jorge" wrote:
> > XP Dell hardwired to Linksys router and dsl modem. Vista Gateway on network
> > via wireless PCI. No matter what permissions I log to files in either
> > computer, I have full or partial access to some of them but not others. This
> > is the case at both PCs. So Vista can access XP, printer sharing works in
> > bothdirections (HP Photo on XP end and HP882c on Vista end. Any suggestions
> > on how to get the permissions to skick?
> > --
> > Life is not a banquet; it is a covered dish dinner. What do you bring to
> > the table?