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Postby chicagotech » Sat Jan 26, 2008 12:58 pm

Sorry for posting yet again on this error, but I have exhausted every
thread and topic I can find on the internet on the subject (including
the ones listed elsewhere here), but nothing has helped me overcome it
when sharing from a vista home premium box.

My network is

- Three XP Pro machines
- Two linux ubuntu (SAMBA) pcs, one acting as a file server
- One VISTA HOME PREMIUM setup driving the home entertainment. I
recently downgraded it from Windows XP MCE
- NETCOMM NB9W Modem/ Router


The communication between the XP and linux PCs is fine.


- From the VISTA box I can see the other PCs, I can ping them by IP
address and name.
- From the XP pcs I can see and ping the VISTA box by name and IP
address.
- From the Linux boxes I can see & ping the Vista PC


Internet access is fine from all PCs.

FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS EXERCISE ALL FIREWALLS ARE TURNED OFF.
I have tried static and dynamic IP addresses.

I believe public access and file sharing parameters on the VISTA pc are
correct and certainly in line with advice I received from Microsoft when
I paid for their foreign accent support :mad:

The rub is I cannot access shared folders to and from the vista PC.
From the XP > VISTA I get "You might not have permission to access blah
blah blah... network path not found"

From the Linux PCs I get a timed out.

From Vista to the other PCs I get 0x80070035 Network Path not found.

I feel this is the last gasp for me with Vista, but before I remove it
and put XP MCE back this weekend maybe someone can suggest something I
may have missed?

NB: I have tried both wired and wireless connections. I am confident
the hardware is good.

T.I.A.

Robert L. \(MS-MVP\);644292 Wrote:
> If creating the same username and password on both XP and Vista, can
> you
> access now?

Thanks for the reply, Rob. Your name keeps popping up as I research
this so you seem to have "The Knowledge"(?). But must be bored with this
topic, eh? ;)

Anyway.
> Cases: Vista networkingCases: Vista networking 2) If browsing in Vista
> network, receive Network error: error code 0x80070035 - The network path
> was not found. ... 'chicagotech.net :: View topic - Cases: Vista
> networking' (http://www.chicagotech.net/netforums/vi ... .php?t=356)
> - Similar pages

I exhausted that thread without luck.

> chicagotech.net :: View topic - Vista: The Network Path was not found
> The Vista laptop when I > > have XP Pro loaded says it cannot access
> \\Edward. Detail shows error code > > 0x80070035 The network path was
> not
> found. ... 'chicagotech.net :: View topic - Vista: The Network Path was
> not found' (http://tinyurl.com/26ohbn)
>

.. and that one <sigh>

However, I played with it this afternoon. On the Vista box


- I removed the network hardware and drivers
- I rebooted
- Vista reinstalled the network PCI card & driver


At this point I was able to browse the other PCs from the Vista PC
using IP addresses (read only. On the Linux/ Samba PC remote permissions
for read/ write seemed to have no effect. I didn't bother with the XP
PCs)

I rebooted. Now I got the "Network Path not found error again".

I restored the XP image for the PC with VISTA on it to satisfy myself
that it wasn't some obscure hardware issue. XP networking worked OK.

I put Vista back. Bummer. Network path not found... :(

As I said, I am at my wits end so I think will put XP back and forget
about Vista. Modern day home networking shouldn't be this complicated.
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Postby chicagotech » Sat Jan 26, 2008 12:59 pm

Robert L. \(MS-MVP\);644898 Wrote:
> Thank you for the update.
>

I managed to get a connection from Vista to the other PCs with a wired
NIC.

I uninstalled the drivers, removed the hardware, rebooted, shut down,
re-installed the NIC and managed to get a connection to the other PCs
without so much as a whimper. I didn't have to do a thing after the
reboot. All XP and even the Linux boxes were there and working.
:confused:

However, the "Network path not found " error persists with the wireless
network connection from Vista. Does Vista expect something more to work
with wireless networking?

TIA

In the end it was a simple as rebooting the router :o

Cheers
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Re: Error 0x80070035

Postby blin » Sat Jun 16, 2012 5:18 pm

I had the similar case. When I bring my laptop to my client site, I want to share some files in my laptop. They may see my laptop in the network. When click on my laptop, they get access is denied the error code is 0x80070035. They can ping my IP address, but If they run net view or net use command, for example net use \\mylaptop. they get system error 53.

There are some situations: 1. Make sure you don't using VPN to access your VPN server when you want to share your laptop with others.
2. If you have both wired and wireless, it is prefer to use the wired only.
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Re: Error 0x80070035

Postby blin » Sat Jun 16, 2012 5:19 pm

I had the similar case. When I bring my laptop to my client site, I want to share some files in my laptop. They may see my laptop in the network. When click on my laptop, they get access is denied the error code is 0x80070035. They can ping my IP address, but If they run net view or net use command, for example net use \\mylaptop. they get system error 53.

There are some situations: 1. Make sure you don't using VPN to access your VPN server when you want to share your laptop with others.
2. If you have both wired and wireless, it is prefer to use the wired only.
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