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franniepooh

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Hi,

We have a small home network with 3 computers connected via a Linskys router (Ethernet). For clarity purposes will call them computer A B and C.
A and B communicate and share files perfectly. C can access files from A and B, however A and B cannot access files from C
Can see C on the network so we know it is connected. When we try to open a file from C on A or B, an error message comes up:

File is not accessable. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administator of this server to find out if you have access permmission.

Not enough server storage is available to process this command.

Can anyone advise what to do?
Not extremely computer savy, so please use easily understood terms and provide specific instructions

Thanks
Fran
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Artellos

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Hello Fran, and welcome to Geeks to Go! :thumbsup:

Perhaps a silly question, but do you have a firewall running on computer C? And also, What Operating System are computers A, B and C running?

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Olrik
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Hi Artellos,

Thanks for your reply.
All three computers are runnin Windows XP. To your firewall question, yes we have one however we already tried disabling it and still did not work

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Fran
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Does the account that is sharing the files on C have a password?

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Not enough server storage is available to process this command.


does "C" have multiple drives or partitions? is the drive that windows is installed on (usually C:) running low on space?
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