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Cannot access shared folder via hamachi link.

Posted on 2009-04-02
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I have installed Hamachi on my Server 2003 SBS and my home PC. It installs fine and can ping each other. It can also use the chat. However when I try to map to a shared folder on the server, it cannot find the path. The shares seem to be correct and the permissions etc all ok. The server does not have exchange loaded and the firewall is disabled.
Any suggestions?
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Ah... I love talking to myself:

The preference on Hamachi - Security 'Block vulnerable Windows Services' was ticked.
Untick and bingo!

Thank you self for all your help.
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