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Hi i have a laptop in domain , and i bought a new laptop connected wirelessly in my network , i want to transfer data of network laptop which is in my domain to new laptop which is not in domain .
its ip is pinging properly , but when i try accessing the ip it gives error
kindly advice
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Disable simple filesharing on the non doman computer and it should then allow you to logon to the domain.
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how

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BTW that article will help you to make a share on your laptop to copy files the other way if you still have issues. So copy to the laptop not from the laptop.
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i am not able to log on in another laptop
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You can log into the domain tho right? so log onto a domain machine and copy the files to the new laptop, rather than logging on to the new laptop and copy files FROM the domain.

also what error message were you getting?
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