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New 16 May 2007 #2 koze Guest Re: Can I network Windows Vista Home Premium onto a Workgroup network? Since I got my computer, every time I connect to a wireless network, I can stay connected from... She has written numerous books on software, hardware, and the Internet, including the bestselling A+ GUIDE TO MANAGING AND MAINTAINING YOUR PC, 8th Edition, and A+ GUIDE TO HARDWARE: MANAGING, MAINTAINING We also have > >a > > wireless office network secured with Mac Filtering. have a peek at this web-site
The xp machine does not see any kind of network. Ko. "Pearl" <> schreef in bericht news:... >I have a new computer with Windows Vista Home Premium on it. Guest, May 16, 2007 #1 Advertisements koze Guest If you don't use a real server in the office then "Yes" You can. Guest, Aug 7, 2007, in forum: Windows Vista Networking Replies: 5 Views: 194 Guest Aug 9, 2007 Accessing Windows XP Home from Windows Vista Home Premium Guest, Nov 9, 2007, in https://www.vistax64.com/vista-networking-sharing/63807-can-i-network-windows-vista-home-premium-onto-workgroup-network.html
I have connected my Vista laptop and Desktop running XP with a crosscable. Thursday, May 22, 2008 10:17 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Glad to hear that the cause has been found. Help Register Log in Remember Me? When done, all your PC's in the home network will have the same Workgroup name, and this is a basic requirement for printer sharing to work. 3.
The File and Printer sharing box for Microsoft Networks must be checked. Every Windows computer can be a server, whether its running Windows NT, 2000, XP, 2003, or Vista. said... Posted: 05-16-2007, 01:25 PM On Wed, 16 May 2007 13:35:16 +0200, "koze" wrote: >If you don't use a real server in the office then "Yes" You can. >If there is
Posted: 05-16-2007, 11:35 AM If you don't use a real server in the office then "Yes" You can. You've got a lot of good information here, but some of it appears to be wrong. This clear the ip cache etc. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/15247/complete-guide-to-networking-windows-7-with-xp-and-vista/ I am really surprised Norton has not addressed this issue yet.
If your DHCP server (NAT router, or non-Microsoft dedicated server) doesn't support DHCP Broadcast, you'll have various problems - your computer may never get an IP address, or your IP connectivity We also have > >a > > wireless office network secured with Mac Filtering. Helpful +1 Report hempi23 Jul 11, 2009 at 01:07 AM I have an Xp64 and couldn't see any computer on the network, even with firewall (ICS service) disabled. All updates are necessary, if recommended for your edition of Vista, and some may have a direct effect on your problem.As an interim measure, possibly before an actual Service Pack, Microsoft
Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Any ideas how file sharing could be switched off without me knowing? XP Home machine now shows on network. Thanks for the links.
We also have >>a >> wireless office network secured with Mac Filtering. Check This Out Make sure it isn't disabled, if it is set it on automatic and then hit "start" and then you should see that computer on the network. Ok. Posted: 05-16-2007, 11:19 AM Pearl Guest Posts: n/a Show Printable Version Email this Page Post Comment I have a new computer with Windows Vista Home Premium on it.
As in 1. I call every network map "Network Neighbourhood" - I still haven't forgiven Microsoft for calling it "My Network Places".So now, it's called "Network view", or just "Network", when it's named at I wouldn't use Vista ever - at work when we buy any Pcs or Laptops we insist on a roll-back disk to set up as Windows XP Pro - suggest you http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/workgroup-computers-not-showing-in-windows-xp.html Cheers, S Report bigAl- May 7, 2009 at 01:02 AM Hi, try clearing the sockets like this: Open a command prompt In Vista it's START/ALL PROGRAMS/ACCESSORIES and look for the command
certain adaptors work with certain operating systems and I seem to be missing the one that lets xp talk to vista. But, this works, and the xp has internet! I can see each machine from each machine on my network page.
Can I network Windows Vista Home Premium onto a Workgroup network?
- We also have >a > wireless office network secured with Mac Filtering.
- If it makes you feel more comfortable, reboot all PCs in the network and when you go to add a printer to each remote PC (those without the printer attached) it
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If you don't use a real server in the office then "Yes" You can. No reboot. All the other >> computers >> in the office are Windows XP pro. MS didn't think this issue out well. 1 2 3 Next Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to.
All are connected to a 2wire 1000SW gateway/router through a net gear network switch. Open a command window and type ipconfig/all the hit enter. Note the limitations of Guest authentication carefully, some limitations aren't as obvious as they should be.Whether you use the Guest account, or a non-Guest account, for authentication, make sure that the have a peek here Helpful +1 Report Jess Dec 27, 2008 at 08:45 AM sorry, I meant network protocol, not adaptor Helpful +1 Report WindowsXP-KB922120-v5-x86-ENU.exe Jan 20, 2009 at 04:03 AM get this from microsoft
All the other >> computers >> in the office are Windows XP pro. Although it might sound complicated, the process is not bad. Report wicked- Apr 18, 2009 at 05:28 AM you are a god - thanks so much for posting this answer. Use the control userpasswords2 method here: Configure Windows to Automatically Login (MVP Ramesh) - http://windowsxp.mvps.org/Autologon.htm Malke -- Elephant Boy Computers www.elephantboycomputers.com "Don't Panic!" MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User Malke Reply With Quote
The problem is that I can not get the file/printer sharing to work. When I switched off the firewalls all worked perfectly. I switched the Server 2003 firewall back on, and it all stopped again. Can I network Windows Vista Home Premium onto a Workgroup network? In a perfect world, getting your computers with different Microsoft operating systems to network would be as easy as clicking a button.
The two computers can ping each other perfectly, share files and view each other on the network map. I have a new computer with Windows Vista Home Premium on it. Not only that, but it provides easy backup of all your machines to the server, in case disaster strikes. Specifically, your blog states that "Network Neighborhood" should show the XP machine, but Vista does not even have "Network Neighborhood".