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  1.    15 Jul 2017 #21
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    Franklin Park, NJ 08823
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    Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows XP Pro
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    Thank you for your help, but I don't want to be promted for a password everytime I log in to my Windows accounts just for the network access. For example, the Toshiba running Windows 10 turns on and sees Lin as the only user. She just clicks on "Sign In" and accesses her laptop. On my Gateway laptop running Windows 7 it's the same thing. I sign by in as Ivan and access my laptop. Both computers work the same way, but the Windows XP Pro machines both bypass all that and just start running Windows. Another annoying problem is that I cannot access drive c, the only drive on both the Toshiba and the Gateway. through the workgroup network . I have Administrator privileges on both computers and have tried everything even in advanced settings and I still get the message: "network path... C is not accessible. You do not have permission to access this drive." I don't know how to change that on either machine, but I can easily log in to the XP Pro machines, both having multiple drives with no problem. Do you know what's going on?

    Again, I sincerely appreciate your time and effort to help me.
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  2.    16 Jul 2017 #22
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    Charlotte, NC
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    I don't want to be promted for a password everytime I log in to my Windows accounts just for the network access. For example, the Toshiba running Windows 10 turns on and sees Lin as the only user. She just clicks on "Sign In" and accesses her laptop. On my Gateway laptop running Windows 7 it's the same thing. I sign by in as Ivan and access my laptop. Both computers work the same way, but the Windows XP Pro machines both bypass all that and just start running Windows.
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    I cannot access drive c, the only drive on both the Toshiba and the Gateway. through the workgroup network . I have Administrator privileges on both computers and have tried everything even in advanced settings and I still get the message: "network path... C is not accessible. You do not have permission to access this drive." I don't know how to change that on either machine, but I can easily log in to the XP Pro machines, both having multiple drives with no problem. Do you know what's going on?
    Have you actually Shared Drive C ?
    In File Explorer right click on C > Properties > Sharing Tab > Advanced Sharing > Check Share this Folder. Click on Permissions and make sure the User / Group has Full Control. You may need to Add Everyone and give it Full Control
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  3.    16 Jul 2017 #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuria View Post
    When you connect in explorer there is an option to enter password simple enter username and password for a user thats on the pc your connecting to. By default windows passes the username password your logged in as so if you have the same username password on the pc your straight in. get the xp patch from Microsoft Update Catalog)
    I followed the url and successfully installed the patch for Windows XP. Thank you for the information.
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  4.    17 Jul 2017 #24
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    I still have networking problems, though. I know I should have a network password set for all the computers, but I first have to find out why there is limited network workgroup connectivity. At one point a while ago, all computers saw and accessed each other in the TECHNET workgroup. Now only the Toshiba (Windows 10) sees and accesses the Gateway (Windows 7) and the upstairs computer (Windows XP). The Gateway does not find any computer. The upstairs computer sees both the Toshiba and Gateway. It can access the Gateway, but not the Toshiba, which asks for a username and password. Of course I allowed file sharing access on all computers in the workgroup. I don't know what else to do.
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  5.    17 Jul 2017 #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan8ias View Post
    I still have networking problems, though. I know I should have a network password set for all the computers, but I first have to find out why there is limited network workgroup connectivity. At one point a while ago, all computers saw and accessed each other in the TECHNET workgroup. Now only the Toshiba (Windows 10) sees and accesses the Gateway (Windows 7) and the upstairs computer (Windows XP). The Gateway does not find any computer. The upstairs computer sees both the Toshiba and Gateway. It can access the Gateway, but not the Toshiba, which asks for a username and password. Of course I allowed file sharing access on all computers in the workgroup. I don't know what else to do.
    Want to hear something weird? After writing this message on my smartphone, I went back to the Gateway, and now all of a sudden, it sees and accesses the upstairs computer and also sees the Toshiba, which of course, asks for credentials. What is seemingly intermittently, happening?
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  6.    17 Jul 2017 #26
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    Central IL
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    Most likely the computer is at fault. You can do a complete flush in windows with this. http://www.thewindowsclub.com/creden...orking-windows The bad part is that Microsoft ties in Credential Manager with IE, which is coded into the OS like Edge, if anything breaks, you have to do IE repairs.

    The other issue is that this problem goes back to Windows 7. If you go to a Local account instead of a Microsoft Live account, sometimes it does fixes things. The certificate that the Gateway is handing out can cause issues if IPTables on the Gateway is messed up. That means a hard reset to flush everything out and then try.

    Since this is going on with Verizon's Gateway still, ask them to send you out a replacement. The other is make sure that you do not have some third party tool running that cleans out various items, including networking. Tweaking.com has some great tools, you can try their tool to see if it may fix things. Tweaking.com - Windows Repair Free/Pro
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  7.    17 Jul 2017 #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by bro67 View Post
    Most likely the computer is at fault. You can do a complete flush in windows with this. http://www.thewindowsclub.com/creden...orking-windows The bad part is that Microsoft ties in Credential Manager with IE, which is coded into the OS like Edge, if anything breaks, you have to do IE repairs.

    The other issue is that this problem goes back to Windows 7. If you go to a Local account instead of a Microsoft Live account, sometimes it does fixes things. The certificate that the Gateway is handing out can cause issues if IPTables on the Gateway is messed up. That means a hard reset to flush everything out and then try.

    Since this is going on with Verizon's Gateway still, ask them to send you out a replacement. The other is make sure that you do not have some third party tool running that cleans out various items, including networking. Tweaking.com has some great tools, you can try their tool to see if it may fix things. Tweaking.com - Windows Repair Free/Pro
    Now that you mentioned it, I was having some trouble with IE 11 64-bit not navigating using the back button, but I just didn't bother with it, so now I decided to do a repair. Fortunately, I thought ahead and exported all my settings to files. After the repair, IE works great and it looks like it cleared up the problem with network discovery. Thank you for your help.
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  8.    17 Jul 2017 #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle51 View Post
    No, you have to use the credentials of the computer you're wanting to allow access.

    Example:
    On my desktop to allow my laptop ... I use my laptop credentials

    Internet or Network Address: EAGLE-LAPTOP
    Username: eagle
    Password: 12345

    On my laptop to allow my desktop ... I use my desktop credentials

    Internet or Network Address: EAGLE-DESKTOP
    Username: eagle
    Password: 12345

    Note: In my case, I use the same USERNAME & PASSWORD on both PCs.
    Thank you. But what would I do when I have three computers? What would the credentials be on each machine? For some reason my Gateway laptop says that the domain is Gateway. Is that just a coincidence? I fixed the problem with the Gateway by resetting IE11 and can now at least have all three computers see one another. It's just the network username/password issue.
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  9.    17 Jul 2017 #29
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    Could we may be dealing with a Credential Guard issue? How Credential Guard works | Microsoft Docs It does go hand in hand if TPM is enabled in the bios of one of the trouble machines. Device/Credential Guard
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  10.    18 Jul 2017 #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by bro67 View Post
    Could we may be dealing with a Credential Guard issue? How Credential Guard works | Microsoft Docs It does go hand in hand if TPM is enabled in the bios of one of the trouble machines. Device/Credential Guard
    bro67,
    Thanks for putting up with me.
    I have a Gateway laptop that I have a user account "Ivan" as administrator and a tower computer where I also have a user account "Ivan" as administrator. Both computers require a username and password to access the Toshiba laptop running Windows 10. They are all on the workgroup TECHNET. What exactly do I enter in the Toshiba for Windows Network to create a credential so that both computers can access it? Thank you for your continued help and patience.
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