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Windows 7 loose permission to the windows 2003 server. When I click in network icon of server it is show me error "You do not have permission to access computer". What can be the problem. It is only happened on windows 7.
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by:Santosh Gupta
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Hi,

are you able to access the server by UNC path ??

like \\servername
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Shahnawaz Ahmed earned 500 total points
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Dear,

On Windows 7, go to Control Panel>All Control Panel Items>Network and Sharing Center. Click on "Change advanced sharing settings". You don't want to use Homegroup unless you have all Windows 7 machines. If you do and you want to use Homegroup, see Windows 7's Help & Support. Otherwise, in the Advanced Sharing:

Turn ON network discovery
Turn ON file and printer sharing
Turn ON sharing in the Public folder sharing section
Turn ON password protected sharing
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