Some users may have blocked access to, say "my pictures" for anyone but themselves. Back on the Internet! Thank you!! As for MSE 32-bit or 64-bit both are what most users need it's low impact on the system but still provide effective protection. news
brian says: 7 years ago Your fix it worked great…..I thought it was strange about the message, windows can not find certificate to log on when I was logged on…………Thank You I'm NOT trying to share an unsharable folder such as Program Files or Documents and Settings. Can't thank you enough! It really helped me.
I have been trying to get this wireless to work for who knows how long. Thanks! I was getting really frustrated and had even taken a look at changing that, but I didn't. C:\> Adv Reply Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Networking & Wireless Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home
Syaar says: 7 years ago Thanks you very much. Visit Chat Linked 1 Logon failure unknown username or bad password when connecting Windows 7 PC to Windows XP PC Related 2Does Windows 7 Home Premium remember network share passwords?0Domain-member Win7 Easy fix. jchrist4u says: 6 years ago Thanks!
Easy…no more certificate error when connecting to the wireless network! Made my life SO much easier after spending 30 minutes on the phone just to connect the router to the internet in the first place. I will do your suggestion with IPv6, I did try turning it off and trying to connect but no luck. Johnny says: 7 years ago Wow, it was fixed instantly, which I love seeing.
Rizoom says: 7 years ago Thanks, had a different router, but the same problem. Thank you! Why was this unhelpful? Once again, thank you.
DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Re: Windows XP unable to authenticate shared folder to clarify, you are using the same username/password on the win7 machine that you are using to connect from Any more of the grea ideas please! Thanks - Cox came out twice and after 3.5 hours on the phone trying to figure out the problem had another scheduled appointment tomorrow morning, but no need now! Your posting was right on target.
You may want to check the threads available there for additional assistance and guidance. http://gsdclb.org/unable-to/unable-to-share-printers.php thanksman says: 7 years ago What an easy fix! stichter says: 6 years ago You are the BEST! Yes, unplug it!
The folders for this account are NOT marked private. Tip my hat to you : ) SnkeDr says: 8 years ago This should be added to all router and internet websites. Reddy says: 6 years ago It worked perfectly thanks for your help Won1der says: 6 years ago Thank YOU, Thank YOU, Thank YOU!!! More about the author cali says: 6 years ago Thanks so much, You're a genius =) mkit says: 6 years ago thx for the solution to my wireless woes!
Thank you, again, for saving me another headache! It really really helps a lot!!! Oscar says: 5 years ago That did the trick!!!
Thanks again. It totally worked!!! RB says: 7 years ago Thank you, good decription on how to resolve this wireless certificate problem! Thanks a lot!
bjlooo says: 6 years ago Thanks. You install the image from pre-build or you're doing it from CD or ISO image from the Server. I have tried/attempted various setting changes but still getting the error… Susan says: 5 years ago thank you so very much! http://gsdclb.org/unable-to/unable-to-share-files-using-tcp-ip.php That resolved my problem.
Does anyone have a solution for those of us with "pre-greyed out" authentication boxes? Thanks!! You are a star. Connecetion is working fine now.
Jcrew says: 7 years ago sir, a scholar and a gent… Serge says: 7 years ago Excellent tip!!! That said, great info…. Usually we don't make an image of windows (To make installation faster with updates/programs/skip asking for a product key) Until there is a service pack release for it. Evelyn says: 7 years ago Thanks so much!!!
He began blogging in 2007 and quit his job in 2010 to blog full-time. Then, I found I was having this same problem and after stumbling across this post on my laptop and following the steps I thought I'd found the solution! ceoinfo says: 6 years ago I can't thank you enough for your time and effort to solve this problem. Mine had IEEE 802.1x enabled, but that was not the problem.
The local user account is an admin account and has a password set for it. I was at this for 2 hours and had not even considerred looking there!!!! Eli says: 6 years ago Awesome help!! First, click on the wireless icon in your taskbar and under Related Tasks, choose Change advanced settings.
Thanks again!! It would kick you off five million times. After not having any luck with my IT support, I solved the problem after viewing this post!! It had been troubling me for about a month now!