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why does it only ask password while connecting to the workgroup computer in windows xp environments?
and sometimes also in case of the network shares.
what is the default username?
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Do you have simple file sharing enabled?
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Also the guest account should to be enabled without a password.
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I object, my answer was the best of the most common issues for this question. Should i not get alteast 1 point for putting that info in? (j/k) ya u got the best solution tutor.
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