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Sharing doesn't work after XP sp3 because of name resolution

Postby blin » Mon Oct 13, 2008 9:48 am

Correct. This is name resolution issue. Have you enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP? Or posting the result of ipconfig /all may help.

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> Net Use, Net View seem to show all shares as long as I use the IP address.
> If I use the computer name, I get an error
> Dan
>
> "Robert L. (MS-MVP)" wrote:
>
>> What do you receive if using net view \\problematicpcipaddress from other
>> computers? Also what's the result of net share in the problematic pc?
>>
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>> >I have a Lapptop with XP Home Edition communicating wireless to a Linksys
>> > Router. I used to be able to share file, print, and acces the internet.
>> > Since SP3, I can still do everything except File Sharing. My other 2
>> > desktops are Xp Professional, also with SP3.
>> >
>> > I have removed and re-added File & Print Sharing, Changed Workgroup names,
>> > and re-joined workgroups. the Netbios over IP is seleced. The windows
>> > firewall has an exception for File and Print Sharing
>> >
>> > Suggestions?
>>
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