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Can't ping Windows 7 Pro Computer?

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How do I enable a Windows 7 Pro computer to be ping-able by another computer on the lan? I've tried disabling windows firewall, defender, and antivirus.

I can't reach the c: of the computer via it's unc patch either. HOWEVER, I can VNC into the computer! Strange!
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Go into Network Sharing Center, and enable "File and Printer Sharing", and "Make this computer discoverable on the network". You need to turn these things on for the network you are on (e.g. your Home or Work network).
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