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Accessing clients over the network

Posted on 2006-07-18
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I am having issues accessing a single client on my network. I can view his machine in network neighborhood, but I am unable to access his c: drive. We are using the microsoft hidden share "$". Admins, Everyone, Users and Domain Users have modify permissions on his machine. Client machine is windows xp pro sp2 and is on a microsoft enterprise 2003 network.
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disable the windows firewall completely

can you simply \\computername
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Firewall was the culprit. Thanks!
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cool cool
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