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Also view or print the homegroup password is grayed out. I'd appreciate any further thoughts you may have. Two of the PCs work fine. I even searched for it.

I've tried various suggestions on the net, to no avail. To do right click on Computer icon, Properties, Advanced system settings, Computer name, Change; then restart the device. Error description The customer uses Network Dialup connection when accessing to Domino Server in mobile environment. By default, standard users can modify connections that are not shared. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/91508/can-not-setup-dialup-button-grayed-out/

I have run "ipconfig /all" but can't see any problems. but I have checked and followed almost every step which you provided in this article. Click here to Register a free account now! I hope not.

I've tried your suggestions above but still can't see the desktop on the win7 laptop. Network - both computers can see each other and can access files. but from the 2nd , i can see the 1st pc in the homegroup window. To do this, follow these steps: 1.

Scott says: 6 years ago Is there an easy way to turn on logging so you can actually get an error message related to whatever's failing? (I have 3 computers - At my wits end ill tell ya. I have tried everything without any luck! If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box.

Network sharing and discovery is turned on for all computers, and I can "see" both of my Windows 7 computers when I click on Networking. What's bugging me is that I have a Norton Netbook internet security and I tried turning off the firewall managed by it. Argi says: 5 years ago Hello HelpDeskGeek, after following your guidelines forwards and backwards for several weeks and reading several other guides around the internet I am still unable to connect I have made some changes in my norton internet security settings for networks but don't know if they are correct or not.

Go to the “Connections” tab and click the “LAN settings” button.StepPlace a check mark in the box next to “Use a proxy server for your LAN" (these settings will not apply The desktop cannot join and gives the ‘Windows cannot connect to a Homegroup on this computer'. Kudos to you. I scrolled down to Remote Access Connection Manager, and saw that it was disabled.

Michelle says: 5 years ago I have a problem similiar to many others, at my office we have 2 laptops running Windows 7 Premium, and my desktop running Windows 7 Premium I am also getting a lot of "Windows has closed this program" on other applications. Finally, I just power cycled the router, and then everything worked fine. Tareque says: 5 years ago i made a home group in one computer and tried to search for it in another, but it doesnt find it.

is it possible that using a tether line and bridging, windows read it as a non-home network Timothy Oakes says: 5 years ago I just bought an Acer laptop and I MadWin7 says: 7 years ago I am a newbie to networking and I have tried all methods till this works. I've been trying to network 2 computers via a cross over cable. no.ISSN 0888-8507Yayınlayan: Ziff Davis, Inc.PCMag.com is a leading authority on technology, delivering Labs-based, independent reviews of the latest products and services.

Everything was working on win2k before. What's the problem ?? Any ideas?

If it doesn’t, and the browser’s connection setting options are still grayed out even when you’re logged on as an administrator, the problem likely lies with a group policy setting that

They can see each other on the network map, but I can't get the join homegroup button to show up on laptop. EdCavaness says: 6 years ago I have three laptops, all with Windows 7 Ultimate. How can I fix this? corrosive_cardboard says: 5 years ago I have the exact same set up..

I dont know what to do now. But it seems it there is no improvement on my laptops. I tried all of the above and still the same problem. When I click on the homegroup option all it says is "create a homegroup".

Any troubleshooting tips would be welcome! Looking at the network map, both computers are there. When both are wired it works with no problem but once I go wireless my computer can't find the homegroup. Help, please.

One of my machines is a 32 bit laptop still running the RC version. I have exhausted myself today trying to find an answer to this and am about to give up. The remote computer isn’t responding to connections on port 445, possibly due to firewall or security policy settings, or because it might be temporarily unavailable. PLEASE PLEASE hit me up jibbsisme says: 6 years ago I can confirm that rebooting the router is very, very good advice!!!

i have done everything your post here says and nothing. CAUSE This issue may occur if both the following conditions are true: You upgrade your computer to Microsoft Windows XP from Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition or Microsoft Windows 98. ketabe says: 5 years ago When i try to access files from my desktop to the laptop, or vice versa in homegroup, I get this message:"windows cannot access laptopc (from desktop).