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i suck at netwroking problems. i hate doing it, nothing pisses me off more. id rather deal with spyware and viruses.

anyway. the computer i set up for my sister and her kids only connects to the internet with user profiles that are assigned as admin. i set my sisters profile to limited and i made a guest account for the kids. only my profile connects to the internet. I have to always go in and change my sisters to admin and then back to limited, i log out and then log in with hers and then it connects. i need help getting hers and the guest profile to connect to my network without having to do this each time they want to use it.

TIA

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Edited by Ca$ino, 31 January 2006 - 11:36 PM.

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still need help
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still need help



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Stop posting to yourself and use this... http://www.geekstogo...ply-t73145.html
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Stop posting to yourself and use this... http://www.geekstogo...ply-t73145.html

Thanks Comrade General :tazz:

Hi Ca$ino,
This is actually a Networking issue, rather than an Internet and Browsers issue :)

Your problem is a result of incorrect permissions. (On the HOST computer) Please goto Start --> Run --> Type CMD and press OK --> Now, please type:
CACLS "*" > C:\CACLS.txt and press enter. *NOTE: It is important that you type the information in bold exactly as I have typed it, otherwise the command will fail. If it works, you will not recieve any message in the Command Prompt window, it will simply return to a new line. Navigate to C:\CACLS.txt, and open that text file. Please copy and paste all of the information within that text file into your next reply.

Thanks,
Dan.

Edited by Dan G, 01 February 2006 - 05:46 PM.

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i got

The Cacls command can be run only on disk drives that use the NTFS file system.
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Try:
CACLS "C:" > C:\CACLS.txt
Does this work? I don't want you to post this info.. I just want to know if it works or not.
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works

gives me the same message though
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Well then, it actually doesn't work :tazz:

What operating system do you have installed on your computer?
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xp pro
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Moved to networking forum.
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Goto Start --> Run --> Type CMD and press OK --> Type: cacls ? and press enter -- please post the results here by right-clicking on the Command Prompt window, selecting 'Select All', pressing the Enter key, and then posting on this forum.
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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
© Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\>CACLS ?
The Cacls command can be run only on disk drives that use the NTFS file system.
C:\>
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Ca$ino, do you know why you are using FAT instead of NTFS?
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because i never formatted it into ntfs. was gonna do it next time i reformatted
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