File Sharing with Vista + XPHi All, I'm having massive problems with sharing media between my XP machines(s) and my Vista Desktop. My setup is as follows: Machine 1: Vista Business - on workgroup "Share", currently sharing one folder "My Music" on. В my second HDD. Machine 2: XP SP3. В - on workgroup "Share"Machine 3: XP SP3 - on workgroup "Share"Both XP machines are able to see each other, but the XP machines can't see the Vista Machine and the Vista machine can't see the XP machines. When i manually ping the machines IP's from cmd, it comes back as everything is okay and connected. I've disabled Windows firewall on all the machines (Hardware firewall is present on router) but still no luck, I've also made sure that all the correct services are running on the Vista machine: Client for Microsoft Networks.
File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks. LLTD is installed on all the machines. The Vista machine is on a Private network, with Network discovery and file sharing enabled, and password protected sharing disabled. If I go to Network on the Vista machine I can see my shared folder, but still cant see the XP machines, and the XP machines cant see the vista machine.
Describes the Simple File Sharing feature in Windows XP and how to configure permissions for access to your files and folders. With three different versions of Windows being used now, you’ll probably find yourself trying to share files or printers between them. Today we take a look at how.
Common Questions with Windows Vista File and Printer Sharing. The following sections describe common questions about file and printer sharing in Windows Vista. I have my windows 8 pc sharing and the windows vista laptop sharing i can see on both computers on the network when i try an access a file on the vista it says access. Troubleshoot file and printer sharing. go to File and Printer Sharing in Windows Vista on the Microsoft website. Network discovery is turned off. Wondering how to do simple file sharing in Windows Vista? Not too sure? Don’t worry. It’s quite easy to make it works, so that other people can access the Vista.
In this article I will show you how users can set up some share points of their own in Windows Vista.