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Only W98 clients cannot access it. The only challenge am having is the Windows 98 connecting. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Here's a roadmap to ... http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-98/net-access-on-new-win2k-machines-much-slower-than-old-win98-machines.html

When... Pennsylvania, US Posts: 51,044 OS: Windows 7, XP-Pro, Vista, Linux My System Hard to say, I see this enough to have a canned script for fixing it available. __________________ If TSF Now I can access the printer from any machine, W98, XP, W7. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?

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Pennsylvania, US Posts: 51,044 OS: Windows 7, XP-Pro, Vista, Linux My System Try this first. Reboot the machine. __________________ If TSF has helped you, Tell us about it! www.coreftp.com ftp.coreftp.com Core FTP ANSI versions - (see below) LE version - www.coreftp.com | ftp.coreftp.com Pro version - www.coreftp.com | ftp.coreftp.com Betas, Latest Updates - Updated Jan 8th, 2009 - ver By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks.

Her computer has username of Bianca brooke and a computer name of Bianca brooke. many thanks.   0 Cayenne OP Captain James T Kirk Mar 15, 2012 at 7:01 UTC Robert, its not THAT kind of router.  routercim is just software that In addition to my previous post to network with Win 7 in order to downland the files from win 98, I welcome ANYONE else who are knowelegable to reply and help Lmcompatibilitylevel Windows 10 Keep in touch with Experts ExchangeTech news and trends delivered to your inbox every month Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource

No, create an account now. Hi Bob, I searched the web and found Core FTP site. SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. Being logged on to the machine instead of the domain > allows the other XP workstations to access the shared folder.>> I have users with Windows 98 laptops that need to

Explanation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738867%28WS.10%29.aspx   -Jay View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » 13 Replies Ghost Chili OP wesil Mar 14, 2012 at 3:55 UTC Have you Directory Services Client Are those free to use, do you know?Download options:Click on a link below to download and install Core FTP client software, for Core FTP Server, click [ Core FTP Server ] I have identified NTLM v.2 as a potential cause, but following MS instructions to download and activate same on one W98 box changes nothing.I appreciate any suggestions from those more knowledgable The Windows 98 machine needs to be logging in to Windows when it boots up with the same username and password that you created on the XP machine.

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  • paul Guest My domain consists of a mixture of Win XP, 2000 and legacy Win 98 pcs.
  • Also be >sure on the share folder of the Win2000 computer, the appropriate >permission is assigned to this user account. > >Choice 2 >-------- >On the Win2000 computer, create a user

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Or you can have freedom. thanks and regards, anand. Access Windows 7 Share From Windows 98 I reloaded the system—same problem. Access Windows 10 Share From Windows 98 it comes back flawless 0 LVL 22 Overall: Level 22 Windows OS 6 Message Expert Comment by:Bartender_1 ID: 108656332004-04-19 I still think you're experiencing diffuculties with the accounts, but just

netsh int ip reset reset.log Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalog Reboot the machine. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-98/network-on-win98-machine-and-a-xp-machine.html The first choice couldn't be used as there is no where to enter the username, but the second method has worked thank you. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. Sign up now! Windows 98 Asking For Ipc$ Password

Burn to CD if the Windows 98 machine has a CD-burner.2. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Didn't miss a thing. If the response from jdsmort doesn't correct the issue, then you need to tell us the settings on your router. (Is is running DHCP, if not, then what is the IP try here Got to the \\computername\IPC$ prompt on Windows 98 machine from the network neigbourhood.

i when't in to the sharing propertys of a folder i wanted to share on the hard drive of the XP comp and i change the securaty setings at the bottom I have given it the same password that is uses on the Windows 98 machine. 8. I look for Bianca brooke on the list.

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if there was a "quick switch method" I might consider doing the same...  *EDIT* A Spiceworks "Mood Ring" feature :) 0 Cayenne OP Captain James T Kirk Mar Unit4 ERP is strong in Europe, but the company wants to grow in North America with sibling FinancialForce.com. I like the style of this article, becasue it exposes every hypoteses the author did (they are the same hypoteses i did and try before to find this heaven-gifted article) not Here is what I have:> > Remote lab.

I really appreciate it. 12-26-2007, 05:40 PM #4 johnwill Microsoft MVP Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: S.E. I have added a user to the Windows 98 machine of username Bryan and gave it the same password I use on my Xp Machine 9. by R. Clicking Here One XP workstation is used as a server for file sharing.

Thank you. No problem! Thanks! I am not sure what I am missing or doing wrong.

There's a lot of useful,> easy-to-follow information in WinXP's Help & Support files, and here:>> Home Networking> http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/home/using/howto/homenet/default.asp>> Networking Information> http://www.onecomputerguy.com/networking.htm>> PracticallyNetworked Home> http://www.practicallynetworked.com/index.htm>> Steve Winograd's Networking FAQ> http://www.bcmaven.com/networking/faq.htm>>> -- >> Thanks again. Log In or Register to post comments Please Log In or Register to post comments. Thanks.

E-Zine New year, new WAN: SD-WAN adoption takes off E-Zine Chit chat: The new team collaboration apps go mainstream E-Handbook The ups and downs, ins and outs, of cloud application delivery Join the community Back I agree Test your smarts. 88% of IT pros got this right. Ted Log In or Register to post comments Salman (not verified) on Jun 17, 2004 The solution discussed by [email protected] is correct to some extent as i had experienced the same The machines are all set to log on to the local machine (machine\user versus domain\user).

And the OP starter was asking namely about printer sharing, not just folders. Also, if running WinXP SP1 or lower, make sure that WinXP's built-in firewall is disabled on the internal LAN connection. That great Exchange/Office 365 signature you've created will just appear at the bottom of an email chain.