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#1 oneup

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Posted 01 March 2010 - 10:06 PM

Greetings all;

I have an issue with connecting to my local server "RJSLAN". When I double click on the icon in network in my computer, it gives me an error that windows cannot connect \\RJSLAN (or something close. It could say can't find). But, my family Win XP MCE SP3 computer allows me to double click it in my computer, and it prompts me for my user name and password and lets me connect and share the server space and printer. My Win7 machine can also connect to the family XP machine and share its printer. I used to be able to connect to my server using my win 7 box, but can no longer. I think a service is off, but I can't tell. I reset my services, and no luck. I'm not even being allowed to be denied my password. It blocks me before that. Anybody have any ideas why I can't connect to my server 2003? I can use remote desktop, and that works just fine, but I can't figure out why I can't get to the printer or share my files with it.
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