Machine A: Sony laptop running Windows Vista.
Machine B: Desktop running Windows XP Pro SP3.
We are trying to get Machine A to access two drives in Machine B. We have shared both hard drives and Machine A has full access to the C drive in Machine B. No problem. Then we shared drive D in Machine B and no joy. We used the same sharing settings as the C drive, but are still not able to have full access to the D drive in Machine B. We are getting an error message that says we don't have the proper permission to access the D drive in Machine B.
If you follow the instructions here, you will wipe out your VTP and VLAN configurations. Make sure you have backed up your switch!!!
I recently had some issues with a few low-end Cisco routers (RV325) and I opened a case with Cisco TA…
In this article I will be showing you how to subnet the easiest way possible for IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4). This article does not cover IPv6.
Keep in mind that subnetting requires lots of practice and time.
Viewers will learn how to connect to a wireless network using the network security key. They will also learn how to access the IP address and DNS server for connections that must be done manually.
After setting up a router, find the network security…
Michael from AdRem Software explains how to view the most utilized and worst performing nodes in your network, by accessing the Top Charts view in NetCrunch network monitor (https://www.adremsoft.com/). Top Charts is a view in which you can set seve…