Remember, like I've said before, the share works over the local network just fine. If i understand correctly what you are telling me, you should be considering her a domain user and not a local user as the person is using the accounts on the server now which would be domain user status. Read some more, and tried other hints. That is the most common problem. This is usually called a file share. Ken The drives are mapped by the login script at work and are set as reconnect on boot. I've also tried the following: -Disabling the firewall completely on my local machine -Disabling the firewall on the router I know, but i was frustrated -Ensuring the necessary services are running -Ensuring network discovery is turned on, as well as file sharing.
This appears to be the only client available for Nortel. Hi Derek, I'm not sure about accessing that network share as vpn. You could technically add the File share name to your to resolve to 192. For network drives, I suppose it depends how they work. I could have them ask if there are any allowable cloud-based solutions, but I couldn't just implement one on my own.
I have trawled the internet trying to find an answer. On the server side, the incoming connection also shows connected. First off, we need to make sure that both the host and the client computers use the same Workgroup name. One of the unique issues I had was one of my computers is located in an office building that includes Internet service. I really can't do a dropbox-type solution here. Normally they pull it up directly from the server to work on it and it's saved there automatically when they save. I have to move a bunch of things out of the closet every time I go work on it so I can get to it.
She is a remote user. I'd greatly appreciate any suggestions. Think of that as what door or window do I need to enter through analogous to the port you need to use to access that and is that door or window open can I enter through that specific port. I did get the Internet working the way you said, I just wanted to double-check that was right. I do not get a reply if I ping 192. This is where people on a network can access and files and folders stored on a networked computer no matter where that computer is physically located.
I'm unclear on this, and I haven't found any good answers online. This will solve part of my connectivity problem allowing me to connect with the server when I write code in Visual Studio. Also try the findsmb next time your in the office and see what response you get. By default Everyone has Read access to the folder. InterWorks will never disclose or sell any personal data except where required to do so by law. Again, my networking experience is quite limited. It's basically a web-based interface where you can configure the network drive.
I loaded the Apani 3. Is that something I can work with? From the tracert I can see not. This is important because sometimes Notepad places a. There is another mapped drive to another shared folder on a different server set up the same way too. I'm not a network person. They are beholden to the higher-up companies that decide what security they need to continue doing business with them. I have not yet ping'd the network from home, but that will be my next step.
I do agree with you and think Magnus is right. So I found myself spending about 10 hrs a day for 3 weeks dealing with this issue. This works for other people. Can anyone shed some light on this problem. I normally use my work-provided laptop to work from home. I'm 100% sure because I use many vpn connections myself. The problem with a cloud-based system is insurance agents have the type of information about customers that can lead to identity theft and insurance fraud.
Yeah, it sucks if you're paying for it and never need it, but that's better than finding out you needed it after the fact, if the data is important. If they need more than just files, i. Open run, mmc, add snapin Resulting Set Of policies, right click, run data. Just curious, but how could the subject computers make a successful connection at all if credentials were incorrect? Below is the list of error logs I get when attempting to connect to the mapped drives during those first few minutes of connectivity: I have a client that is showing a similar issue. Verify this by going to Control Panel and clicking on System.
She has another mapped drive pointing to a different shared folder on the same server with the same kind of setup - she uses a local account to access that one and it works fine. When I applied the registry setting described in this article it worked like a charm. They have dozens, maybe hundreds of folders for their customers with each customer's documents separated into the folders and being updated regularly. At the office, I am able to view all mapped drives. My advice would be to remove Everyone and only add the specific user accounts which will need access. This connection has not been restored. Is the operating system updated? That's like sticking your head out the window to see if the car really is doing 90mph.
I am on Windows 7 Professional. Your troubleshooting advice helped me to resolve the issue. It used to be set as Workgroup Member Mode. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site including, for example, the order in which they appear. So it does not seem to be a problem of username access or restriction, but some sort of network problem that I can not figure out.