Windows 7, XP shared folders connection problem LAN

Hi,

I'm trying to share the folders between Windows 7 (Ultimate edition) with Windows XP. I set these services on too "...services such as Remote Access Auto Connection Manager, Remote Access Connection Manager, Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol Service, Routing And Remote Access and maybe one or two others..." as suggested by a forum. Don't know what those other services are so perhaps I'm missing some services.

Here is the snapshot when I try connecting from my Win7 to XP via the Run command using: \\OMUSIC_FRONTDESK

 windows 7 to windows xp connection problem
Victor KimuraSEO, Web DeveloperAsked:
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Victor KimuraSEO, Web DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thanks, pspglb. I think I had to reboot all the computers and the computers found themselves after I made some of the network changes.
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