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dear Halladayrules !
I found the problem it was in the security tab.
Under Group or usernames I had to add “Everyone”
Then I could access the shared folders in the Windows 2008 Machine.
I want to thank you very much for the amazing kind effort you have put in this problem th solve it.
I wish you a very nice day dear Halladayrules.
PS Now I can move on to a next problem and If i cant solve I will post it on the very nice forum.
I was to fast to tell that it works.
Now I can open the Windows 7 pc and see the shared folders but when I try to look in that folder I get the following message in Windows server 2008:
Windows can not access \4500-PCD op samsung
I can access only the folder 4500-PC – users – Public.
What am I doing wrong here?
Thanks a lot in advance !
Thanks again for your wonderful help. I appriciate this so much!
Your solution to turn on networkdiscovery and turn off password protected sharing works fantastic (when I turnoff password protected sharing).
But if I leave password protected sharing on. Then the server asks for a username and password.
What do I have to fill out here?
On my windows PC I don’t use a password to login.
Is this for example name of pc and network password? I tried but that is not working.
Where can I find the username and password to login from my server 2008 to the windows machines?
Thanks a lot for your precious help dear Halladayrukes!
PS later I need to install a remote desktop but I will first try to find it out myself and if I can’t I will have to ask it again 😉
Thanks a lot for your responce and your fantastic help which is really greatly appriciated!
I will first answer your questions.
First question: It say :workgroup: homegroup
Second question: I am running windows standard server with servicepack 2.
It is strange because I can see the other PC’s “network” from Windows server 2008. More when I press on it it asks for username and password.
I would like to access the windows server2008 from the windows 7 PC’s
Is there another solution?
Thanks so much in advance!