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Before you start configuring Windows Share settings, make sure that you’ve required administrative privileges to change default Share settings, and all the PCs are on a same workgroup. Thx! Let me know how it goes with the new folder and also what happens if the people that show invited click on the link sent to them, and actually access A360 Both W7 see each other:), do I just right click a partition - Share with - Advance Sharing - Share this folder - Permissions - (Group or user names) Everyone -

Windows 7 Cannot Share Folder

I still do not understand why I can see the shares but cannot access them. Glad you got it working. Both fa Command Line to execute a batch file on network share solved I am connected to my wifi but im unable to access network? The advanced sharing settings are all set to turned on, passwords off and let windows manage The network sharing center says that I'm joined to "home" network One XP laptop machine

I omitted Adobe Drive 4 since I didn't have it. On the Folder Tab that says "Computer Name", select it.Then, click the Network ID button. If you want to make it available for your other PC's you will need to add an account to the list ( for example your own, only risk involved here is Resolution You may choose on of the following options: I.

My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Intel Core i3 530 2.93 Ghz Clarkdale Motherboard ASRock P55 PRO/USB3 LGA 1156 Memory 4 GB OCZ DDR3 1600 (PC12800) Low It must be noted that you may have to reboot your PC, or disable and then enable network connection, to share system folder over the network. It's not that A360 Drive does not work, it works fine, but it's our older technology. TO move forward with what I was trying to do I switched roles so that the 2nd computer was the one sharing files and I was able to complete my setups

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Windows 7 Unable To Share Folder

share|improve this answer edited Jan 14 '11 at 2:31 answered Jan 13 '11 at 23:12 Ken 1,17951527 1 +1, You can accept your own answer as the Solution. But I didn't know the equivalent procedures in Win7, so while hunting around, I luckily stumbled onto the above!!! Windows 7 Cannot Share Folder Are you using the Homegroup or conventional networking?[/#000ff] CatsrulesJul 15, 2010, 7:21 AM What is the NTFS permissions set to? (this is under the security tab next to the sharing tab Your Folder Can't Be Shared In Windows 7 Even if I shutdown the Antivirus on the mail computer, I get the same error, so Webroot is not the issue.

The time now is 02:07. http://mixtecadigital.com/windows-7/unable-to-share-my-documents-folder-in-windows-7.html I am able to successfully setup shared folders on the second computer and can successfully access them from my main laptop. Click Microsoft, click Client For Microsoft Networks, and then click OK. I'm not sure if they created an account and/or logged in). Unable To Access Shared Folder In Windows 7

I had no need to share so I remember "locking it down" as much as could as far as Windows 7 configuration is concerned. So just one way on one system! Fill in each page. http://mixtecadigital.com/windows-7/unable-to-share-folder-from-xp-to-win7.html I didn't open any of the invite emails to 'confirm' or similar, just found them appearing in A360 drive.This doesn't negate the above though.

This will open Sharing tab of folder’s Property dialog. The only way that setting could have changed is because your A/V made it that way for some reason or you unchecked it. This psot may help too.

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Please give me a solution Nunnas22May 17, 2013, 11:08 AM Did anyone get a solution to this problem? Everyone's Tags: Foldersharesharing View All (3) Reply 0 Kudos bud.schroeder

Post 2 of 6 Report Re: Unable to share folder Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed but.. This has been confirmed as I have solved the problem as follows:Go to Start | Control Panel | Networking and Sharing Center Click on "Change adapter settings" on the left hand

My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 nuspieds View Public Profile Find More Posts by nuspieds 25 Aug 2010 #6 HexusOdy Windows 7 Ultimate x32 8 posts Might do. Ask ! http://mixtecadigital.com/windows-7/unable-to-share-windows-7-folder.html Rather, wait for the menu toolbar to appear right under the "File | Edit | View..." menu line Click on the "Change settings of this connection" menu toolbar In the "This

Monday, February 28, 2011 9:32 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Network Troubleshooting. (Workgroup must be same workgroup name) note: make sure all PC has unique ip IF YOU MADE AN ACCOUNT OR USED A DIFFERANT ONE YOU NEED THE SECURITY SETTINGS TO BE SET RIGHTIf a different account but your own you need to made sure that The user names for the machines are the same and I don't use passwords (the user name password is left blank) On the win 7 machine the shared folders can now The inclusion of network groups, such as Homegroup, Work and Public type of networks make is easy to share files with others on same network.

Suffice to say... The problem is only with Windows7, on windows xp its working.. Windows 7: Unable to share folders in BOTH directions between two PCs Page 1 of 2 1 2 > 23 Aug 2010 #1 nuspieds Windows 7 Ultimate x64 55 posts What I have is 3 XP machines and one W7 machine.

A user should be able to be added to an existing folder as a share...Thanks 1.png ‏28 KB 2.png ‏21 KB Reply 0 Kudos bud.schroeder

Post 6 of 6 Report OR II. Have recently upgrade to W7 64bit and now get permission issues.I have 4 PCs set up the same. 2 work, two don't. Once done, click Permissions.