On Thu, 7 Jun 2007 02:26:00 -0700, vignesh <email@example.com>
>Recently we have purchased 2 DELL system with genuine windows vista
>so my problem is we have total 4 systems so i have shared the vista system
>in networking i am able to see the computer name and shared folders but unble
>to access, when i trying to access vista system in clients ACCESS DENIED
>message it is giving and i am able to access clients systems in vista and i
>have also disabled firewall also the problem is same. In two vista systems
>are givign same problem
>Two systems are windows vista and other Two are windows xp
>so kindly help me and give me suggestions
You say that you've disabled the firewall (on both Vista computers?). Have you
looked for other security components, like antivirus packages?
If you are absolutely certain that the problem isn't a low level component like
a personal firewall or antitrojan / antivirus product, look at authentication.
Is Password Protected Sharing Enabled or Disabled? Are the right accounts
enabled to provide network access?
Chuck, MS-MVP [Windows - Networking]
Paranoia is not a problem, when it's a normal response from experience.
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