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Question by vh
Submitted on 9/29/2003
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Hi there,
I really need your help to tell me what the world I am doing wrong! in my company they has a Lan and all computer connected together, some of them win 98, some win XP and some win2000, they all professional version, and they all be able to go to internet, through gateway, they just connect to each others, we do not has server, the problem I has is which one has win98 or win 2000 and they can access together, win 2000 can access win xp but which one has win XP can not access to win 2000; I did set permission to everyone is full access but the one in win XP still can not access to the one in win 2000
Any suggestion is appreceated

Submitted on 6/8/2005
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This is a typical problem with protocols available on each machine.
Pl. check that
1.you have NBT ( NetBios over TCP/IP) running on each machine.
2. Computer browser service is running on all the machines.
3. Does all the machines are part of same LAN i.e. they have same ip subnet address e.g. 192.01.02.XX if not do you have the Gateway settings configured properly.

I hope with these it should be solved.


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