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silhouett

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I have windows Xp Service Pack 2, I also Have Mcafee Fire wall and Virus Protection, A linksys Router.

I have three Machines on an internal network of 192.168.100.100 to 105

I can ping between Machines fine.

Two of the machines are XP and one is windows 98.

The main machine has printers that are shared by all three machines and this works fine.

The main machine can access the other XP machine shared folders and the windows 98 Machine shared folders fine.

The Problem is Neither of the other two machines can access the Main machines shared folders.

I turned off windows Fire wall. I turned off Mcafee Firewall and still I get an error when ever I try to access
the main machines folders.

The error is "not enough server storage." I can see the shared folders fine but can not access them.

Any ones help on this is most welcome.

Is there a Register .reg file that can put all the Main file sharing settings to default on???

Thanks Silhouett :whistling:
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dsenette

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Give This tutorial by SpaceCowboy706 a read, and double check the steps to make sure you didn't miss anything
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Johanna

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http://support.micro...p;Product=winxp
Take ownership of files and folders
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peterm

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I think this might be what you need.
Are you ok to work on the registry.
Click on me
Cheers
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silhouett

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Problem Solved. The Registery idea submitted by Peterm fixed the issue. Great help guys.
Hats off to all of you.


Thanks :blink:

Silhouett :whistling:
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