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Windows 7: "you do not have permission to access..."

Postby guest » Fri Dec 25, 2009 8:44 pm

Home network of Windows 7 (hard-wired to wireless Actiontec DSL modem) and Windows XP (Actiontec USB adapter). Both computers assigned to Workgroup. I have given up trying to use Win 7 networking features so using mapped drives. Win XP can see and access the Win 7 files. On Win 7, the XP machine is listed by name and icon under the Network tab but I can not access it. I get the error message "you do not have permission to access \\NAME." But if on the Win 7 computer I do Run command \\XPNAME\C drive, I can get to the files on C. But even then, if I click on the computer name (as listed under Network), I still get the 'No permission' error. I have, on both machines, the same User name and passwords and checked all the files I want as Shared. Why can I not access the WinXP machine the "normal" way by clicking on the name/icon? BTW, I tried mapping the XP on the Win 7 using Map Network Drive, but this causes a different error message, "device name already in use." Any suggestions?
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Re: Windows 7: "you do not have permission to access..."

Postby guest » Fri Dec 25, 2009 8:44 pm

To answer your questions: Yes, same username/password on both computers. WinXP Home sp3. All firewalls (windows, TrendMicro, and the modem) were set to OFF. Guest account enabled on WinXP but I use my Username account when logging on. BUT I think I have solved the issue. On the WinXP machine: Regedit HKEY_LOCAL_Machine/System/CurrentControlSet/Conrol/Lsa. Change value for "restrictanonymous" from 1 to 0.
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Re: Windows 7: "you do not have permission to access..."

Postby guest » Fri Dec 25, 2009 8:46 pm

Home network of Windows 7 (hard-wired to wireless Actiontec DSL modem) and Windows XP (Actiontec USB adapter). Both computers assigned to Workgroup. I have given up trying to use Win 7 networking features so using mapped drives. Win XP can see and access the Win 7 files. On Win 7, the XP machine is listed by name and icon under the Network tab but I can not access it. I get the error message "you do not have permission to access \\NAME." But if on the Win 7 computer I do Run command \\XPNAME\C drive, I can get to the files on C. But even then, if I click on the computer name (as listed under Network), I still get the 'No permission' error. I have, on both machines, the same User name and passwords and checked all the files I want as Shared. Why can I not access the WinXP machine the "normal" way by clicking on the name/icon? BTW, I tried mapping the XP on the Win 7 using Map Network Drive, but this causes a different error message, "device name already in use." Any suggestions?
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Re: Windows 7: "you do not have permission to access..."

Postby guest » Fri Dec 25, 2009 8:46 pm

To answer your questions: Yes, same username/password on both computers. WinXP Home sp3. All firewalls (windows, TrendMicro, and the modem) were set to OFF. Guest account enabled on WinXP but I use my Username account when logging on. BUT I think I have solved the issue. On the WinXP machine: Regedit HKEY_LOCAL_Machine/System/CurrentControlSet/Conrol/Lsa. Change value for "restrictanonymous" from 1 to 0.
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