Re: "You don't have permission...."

What version of XP? If you have XP Pro with simple file sharing disabled on
the other computer you need to create a user account on the other computer
that matches the logon/password you are using on the client computer. ---

"mwardtel" <mwardtel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> When trying to set up a home network on my new machine and having used the
> wizard, when I try to find the other machine it hunts and then comes up
> with
> a box that says I don't have permission and I should contact the
> administrator.
> I am the administrator and my account says so.
> What do I do?
> Thanks for any help!


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