I have a Windows 2003 domain with a mix of XP and Windows 7 clients. I am trying to set up a shared folder on an XP client machine that can be accessed by users on other domain client machines. I have the XP shared folder set up and can access the folder from all XP machines. I have tested multiple XP clients logged in as several different users without any problems.
I cannot connect to the share on the XP client from any of the Windows 7 machines. I have tested multiple domain users on multiple Windows 7 clients (the same users that work on the XP machines do not work from a Windows 7 client). I receive a pop-up message "\\computer name is not accessible.........Login Failure: The target account name is incorrect". I can see the computer listed on the network from the Windows 7 computers.
I assume since I can access from XP machines with several domain accounts that the account permissions are correct. But I expect there is some setting on the Windows 7 machines that is not translating to the XP client where the share resides.
I am somewhat of a novice on administrating. I appreciate any detailed help on how I need to modify settings to allow access.