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Workgroup Network Not Accessible


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#1 lotus_selva

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Posted 28 June 2007 - 01:56 AM

this is a peer to peer network with all machines running win xp service pack 2 connected thru a switch. last week all systems connected and able to share data via netwoek. but now the network is running and ping command is working. but not able to access some computers(ping replies). the error message is "you are not authorised to acces the network"
but user is administrator on all the computers & no limited accounts.
but the same computer which is not accessible can access the other comuters.
say m1,m2,m3 as machine names.
m1 is not accessible by m2
but m1 can access m2.

how to resolve the problem?

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#2 gavinseabrook

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Posted 28 June 2007 - 07:05 PM

Under the Network cards properties make sure that all computers have the Netbios protocol installed. To do this, follow these instructions.

Open Control Panel
Open Network Connections
Right click Local Area Network
Select Properties
Under the list of protocols, click install
Select Netbios
Install


After this all computer should be able to talk to each other without troubles.

Under the Network cards properties make sure that all computers have the Netbios protocol installed. To do this, follow these instructions.

Open Control Panel
Open Network Connections
Right click Local Area Network
Select Properties
Under the list of protocols, click install
Select Netbios
Install


After this all computer should be able to talk to each other without troubles.

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