Just to cover all bases, why don't you post the output of ipconfig from each machine so we can see if there is anything glaringly obvious wrong? You have to tell it which subnet to allow through the firewall or you have to uninstall it. Sadly, these instructions did not work. What do I do? 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Security → Am I infected?
Hope this helps. By default, with ICS installed the firewall will be on. Go to Start-> Control Panel-> Windows Firewall-> Exceptions Tab to make sure File and Printer sharing is checked. When I set it up there > was the desktop shared folders and also the desktop PC and the laptop which > is on the same workgroup.> > The Laptop works https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-networking/my-network-places-empty-but-networking-seems-fine/72aa3dfc-0aa9-461a-964e-835e6573f289
Age 58 Posts 7,288 Originally posted by DesignerPro I tried disabling ICS and it made no difference. They are both under workgroup called workgroup and IP and DNS are set to auto. nataraj says: 7 years ago I cannot see other computers in the network. What does anyone think?OK sorted, If your interested heres what i did, Might help in the future.The computer browser wasnt working as well as the server and workstation in services.There was
All NIC boards (built in) show a green light that blinks both on computer and hub. You're a star. Latest update The landscape of the problem does seem to have changed. Domain Computers Not Showing Up In Network When I set it up there > was the desktop shared folders and also the desktop PC and the laptop which > is on the same workgroup.> > The Laptop works
Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? I can ping other computers but am not able to open shared drives on other computers. The XP firewall was not meant to be used within a LAN (its only for Internet connections), and many other products need to be specially configured when run inside a network, http://helpdeskgeek.com/networking/cannot-see-other-computers-on-network-in-my-network-places/ Network connections empty and Ipconfig won't work It's Empty under View Network Connection More resources See also My Network Places in WinXP My network places won't work like my other computers
Network Places does not show up, I cannot connect to other computers and I cannot connect to a workgroup. My Network Places Not Showing All Computers In The Workgroup After not finding the solution anywhere google pointed me, I did some plodding through every configuration I could think of and finally solved it. It is important to me to be able to use this network. Several functions may not work.
I can ping the NIC in each computer successfully but no other computer or printer. Check the status of the "Computer Browser" service. This all worked fine with LinkSys. are all fine (as expected since the other computers can access files on the laptop without any problem), so I hope someone here has a suggestion because after spending several hours Server Not Showing Up In Network List
Do this for each PC on your LAN. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 8 Thanks Barry, Mar 11, 2004 #1 Advertisements Nico Tomacelli [MSFT] Guest Hi Barry, We only show those icons (Add Network Place Wizard/Entire Network)when you have the Task Pane turned off. Vipin says: 7 years ago i m using a office network and all pcs are connected in workgroup.
Then click Use the following IP address and type in an IP address that would work on your current network. I can now see all the computers on my network. ipconfig confirms changes. Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows 7 Reply With Quote October 25th, 2003,02:42 PM #6 Scott Gardener View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Virtual Med Student Join Date Oct 2003 Location Pasadena, Texas, USA Posts 10 Now
I am able to Ping from A to B and B to A but I can still not access either from either PC. says: 7 years ago Thanks, I found what I changed! Tips for golfing in SmileBASIC I am a junior developer. and i do get a valid ip address (internet works fine), and yes, i can ping my default gw. –nmuntz Dec 3 '10 at 19:39 ok, can you ping
When I try to access the 7 computer from the Vista computer I get: Network connection cannot be reached, Permission issues as well. Right? maryo says: 6 years ago I've tried all your suggestions and still can't view any other computers in my workgroup. We presently have Windows 2008 R2 Domain Environment, And currently we are facing a issue with No.
Last edited by Sick Willie; 03-27-2003 at 02:04 PM. This protocol must be installed in order to be able browse for it from My Network Places. Running through your checklist, I discovered "Client for Microsoft Networks" was no longer checked. The computer that is the problem child here is running XP Pro.
I found out it was malware and I tried to use combofix to fix it. Thanks in advance, Marshall Neill Misc. Doesn't diable mean "not use"?) Does it include throwing away files? I can ping both PCs each way.Firewalls not the problem.Also when i explore the desktop Hard drive there is nothing after entire network and that is blank.I can ping both computers
Why can't I see anything in network places? Age 58 Posts 7,288 Re: My Network Places is empty....no network!? You might not have permission to use this network resource.