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How to connect from windows 7 to windows 2008 server

I have installed a new server with windows 2008 foundation server, the problem I got is, when I try to connect to the shared folder from my computer with windows 7, I got an error, that says it is not possible to connect to the ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx the user may not has right to access.
I am sure that I write the right password, the confirm is, when I try to do the same think from another computer with mac os x it connects without anyproblem.
May it is a password authentication protocolo problem?
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syslinkco
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syslinkco
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jvuzCommented:
Which version of Windows 7 are you using?
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syslinkcoAuthor Commented:
Professional
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es-artCommented:
Do you have network discovery turned on?
and do you connect to the computer with this syntax computername\username ?

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NikCommented:
Check your firewall and enable file and printer sharing.
Check NTFS and Share permissions on the server folder.
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syslinkcoAuthor Commented:
Thanx for you all, I have solved the problem following the steps in this link
http://www.chicagotech.net/netforums/viewtopic.php?t=306&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=

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senadCommented:
You probably have a firewall blocking the connection.
Try totally disabling the firewall just to check ...
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