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Old 28th August 2004, 00:03   #1
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I can't connect to my shared files with an other pc true network. Windows keep saying I got to less space on my hard disk to perform the operation. But I got still 10GB free :S does someone know how I can fix this. Its very annoying that I can't watch movies while I'm working in my fathers store .
 
Old 28th August 2004, 00:33   #2
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please give the EXACT error message and WHEN it occurs
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Old 28th August 2004, 08:27   #3
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so you're connecting from PC1 to PC2, disable simple file sharing, create the same account with same password on both PC's, give that account access to the share. Log in using that account with password. then it will work flawlessy
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shared my 2nd drive with 20GB free space and I can acces it true network :s
 
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so you're connecting from PC1 to PC2, disable simple file sharing, create the same account with same password on both PC's, give that account access to the share. Log in using that account with password. then it will work flawlessy
btw, I got xp home edition, I think I can't do that with home edition


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I've got the same ****, can't connect to any share or printer on te network except the ones which are attached to the computer i'm using.
I smell Rat.
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I smell noobs

I have a network setup with documents folders on all PC's @ one server which is backupped. Shared printers/scanners. Even shared my DVD player once

all is working well , the trick is to create the EXACT same user accounts with EXACT same password on each workstation, that way they can authenticate.
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I smell noobs
It happend out of nowhere, so I think this could be a virus.
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that dumbs down people?
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