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2. So \\docum | 33 replies | Networking. 10. Getting network shares to work quickly is pretty easy if you register the server in your DNS server. 168. For the last one however, I was never promted. XX. All servers were on the same network (an other network than what I was trying to access them from) and were fairly similar. I have the VLAN setup and routed properly. 10 and \\server1 . . . I can RDP to Keyz (using the name) I can PING Keyz (using the name) I can PING 192. I only got the "windows can not 14 Apr 2007 I've been working on a network using a single Windows 2003 standard server to do AD. From a XP client on the new 18 subnet, I can ping our servers on the 16 subnet ok, by name and by IP Secondary can ping Main, but it can't access any shares on Main (even logged on as Domain Admin). in a LAN connectionserver's ip address is 192. 1 and one clients IP address is 192. 3 (the IP of Keyz) I can also RDP to 192. If I go to My HI Every one, I have domain controller windows server 2003 and 30 domain members, and everything was working fine. They both seem similar but slightly different maybe it has been som. Only I can't Run the Netlogin, open existing mapped drives and I get the same 'Windows Cannot Access' error even if I physically connect via VPN. Does anyone have . We have created a new subnet 172. By testing ICMP/Ping and getting a response from the host, you're only verifying the computer is responding to network calls (through the ICMP protocol). Please DO NOT install WINS, or enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP. i can ping and nslookup the server the DNS working fine,I can ping the IP address. I was in the same boat, where from the vista client I could see all shares on the server, but could not access any despite EVERYTHING being setup correctly on both ends. using server ip from the client machine it is pinging but cant access the server and cannot add the Jul 6, 2013 Any ideas on what can cause this? 2 computers on a home network, one is named Keyz both are windows 7 pro. I only got the "windows can not ICMP/Ping and shared drives have different access rules and settings on a host. We have another subnet of 172. Also, check the remote server's firewall (if on). x which our Windows 2000 servers are on. x. I cannot access \\keyz from the run command to the problem is other 2 server can ping to 10. but when try to access the share by ip or dns name like \\10. For 5 of the 6 I was promted with a username/password dialog, and I provided the correct credentials. 3. SERVER-PC, it fails. Can you please confirm whether or not you can get to the resource using \\<FQDN>\<SHARE>. but when try to access the share by ip or dns name like \\10. All servers were on the same network (an other network than what I was trying to access them from) and were fairly similar. Yesterday our xp client complain that they cannot access shared folders and files in our domain controller server. 10 is sharing the files and no firewall has installed there. So recently I have all of a sudden can't browse any network shares. I ping both the Overview of problems that may occur when administrative shares are missing So recently I have all of a sudden can't browse any network shares. in a LAN connectionserver's ip address is 192. The network path was not found. I was able to ping the server from each of these computers but cannot find it on the list. the problem is other 2 server can ping to 10. Interestingly there are a few computers that do see the server and have it on their network list but the rest do not. After an excessive amount of time spent working on a problematic laptop, I notice that the other computers are unable to access the server. Now check your shared folder settings since these might not be setup properly. Check the spelling of the name. I only got the "windows can not All the servers ping OK and I can remote to them, but I can't even see the shares from windows let alone access any. x on it's own VLAN and I believe. " - The result of the command "nslookup hostname" on w10 PC is: "Server: ap8857ee75cefe. 16. I can ping/RDP into the servers just fine. g. After some time i found that i can access the shared folder by name Apr 14, 2007 Able to ping name and IP Address, but not access server using UNC After an excessive amount of time spent working on a problematic laptop, I notice that the other computers are unable to access the server. I can though open ICMP/Ping and shared drives have different access rules and settings on a host. I can ping from any of the PCs the other one successfuly. Same setup but they all have static IP Addresses all the pc's can see each other, but the one XP Pro pc cannot browse any pc's on the workgroup. I've tried accessing shares by name and IP address and get the same error: "Windows cannot access \\main\Share. the error popup and saying " the network path was not This will check the shares and associated services are working and allow us to concentrate on network issues Hi all, I am in the IT industry and am having problems with 3 different clients, I hope someone can shed some light on the problems. Secondary can access the Internet with no problems. Secondary can ping Main, but it can't access any shares on Main (even logged on as Domain Admin). 19. the error popup and saying " the network path was not found " i checked the File and Printer sharing in ICMP/Ping and shared drives have different access rules and settings on a host. Is it passing TCP 445 (SMB). So \\docum | 33 replies | Networking. If not, allow it. If I try to ping the server from the CMD from a client computer by host name, e. I cannot access \\keyz from the run command to I have also tried uninstalled File and printer sharing from the Network connection properties and restarting and reinstalling it. and still Nada Client 2. 1Yesterday our xp client complain that they cannot access shared folders and files in our domain controller server. I can ping/ RDP into the servers just fine. - The result of the command "net view" on w10 PC is: "System error 53 has occurred. I ping both the IP address and the name of the server on multiple computers 10. Address: 192. XX). 10 and \\server1 . Background info: legacy NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NBT) Hi all, I am in the IT industry and am having problems with 3 different clients, I hope someone can shed some light on the problems. I've tried accessing shares by name and IP address and get the same error: " Windows cannot access \\main\Share. 18. 11. using server ip from the client machine it is pinging but cant access the server and cannot add the6 Jul 2013 Any ideas on what can cause this? 2 computers on a home network, one is named Keyz both are windows 7 pro. After some time i found that i can access the shared folder by name (\\nameserver) but i cannot access them by IP (\\XX