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Windows File sharing problems

by Two More / July 16, 2006 6:56 AM PDT

I have 2 comps on my home network. The problem i am having is that computer 1 can see files and printers on comp 2 and comp 2 can't see files or printers on comp 1 let alone access the workgroup that it's on. Comes up with error of "do not have access wrong file path and all that nonsense." My question is i can't figure out anything else to change to get it too work.
Comp 1 runs McAfee antivirus and ZoneAlarm Firewall
Comp 2 runs Norton antivirus

If that helps, any suggestions plz reply asap.


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Sometimes creating a user......
by Michael Geist / July 16, 2006 9:27 AM PDT

account by the same name as the remote PC will allow access. Another bugaboo are firewalls bouncing back those packets. Try turning it off.

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trusted range of IP addresses
by linkit / July 16, 2006 7:44 PM PDT
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