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Hi

I have one PC that is the main Running Windows Media, I have set the work group up and shared a file!!!

My other machines are running windows xp pro, they are also on the same work group, I have tried to map this shared file n the above.

I can't do it can you tell me why?

Thanks

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Check firewall on your xp systems as well on your windows media system.
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Can you browse to the folder using My Network Places?
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what about the firewall? No I can see the network!!
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