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How do I grant permission to access Network - no user/password popup

Q: How do I grant permission to access Network - no user/password popup

I have one computer in my home network that I can not share files. I get the message below.
All of the other computer on my network would have a "popup box" where I would enter the Username and Password - but this one computer does not give me that popup.

Also I can access all of the other computer from this on ("GA-EG45M") but I can't access it from the others. Where do I go to authorize "access permissions"? All of the network discovery and sharing settings are set the same on all computers.

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A: How do I grant permission to access Network - no user/password popup

Checked this one yet? Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon - Microsoft Community

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I tried to take the following steps to get the "full control" permission on a "System Volume Information" folder for a user account I had created.
right-click on the folder -> Properties -> Security tab -> Edit -> the "Permissions for <object>" dialog appears -> Add -> the "Select Users or Groups" dialog appears -> Enter the user account's name and press OK -> back to the "Permissions for <object>" dialoge -> select "Full control" for the newly added name -> Click on the Apply button
After I clicked on the Apply button, a dialoge entitled "Error Applying Security" appears, stating:

"An error occcurred while applying security information to:

...\<GUID><GUID>

Access is denied."

Behind that dialog, there was another dialog entitled "Windows Security", which states:

"Setting security information on <drive>:\System Volume Information\tracking.log"

I thought maybe Windows didn't like people to mess with such an important folder, and therefore refused to grant the permission. So, I cancelled the front "Error Applying Security" dialog. (There's another Continue button)

At this point, a new "Windows Security" dialogue popped up, saying:

"Stopping the propagation of permission settings leads to an inconsistent state, in which some objects have the settings but others don't. If you made the ch... Read more

A:Windows says it won't grant access permission, but it does grant.

You are looking at the permissions set on the folder. Not on the files which can have a different set of permissions. Clearly setting permissions on those files failed.

...Why are you even messing with the permissions in the first place?

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pop up keeps re-appearing.  Windows 10 pro.  It says: "user accounts...use the list below to grant or deny users permission"
How do I deactivate it?  It's not the one that notifies me if a program wants to make a change to the computer.  

I have tried changing passwords, etc.  


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I have a admin account and a normal user account say XXX.

I have a drive (say Z), to which I want to restrict access to the user XXX. The user should be able to read the documents and view the videos in the drive. However, he should not be able to delete/modify the files in the drive or write new files to the drive.

I have gone through: Permissions - Allow or Deny Access to Users and Groups in Windows 8. I'm not comfortable with command prompts or registry keys, so I tried option three (Change Access Permissions in Advanced Security Properties).

By default, the user had permission for "Read, Read & execute, List folder contents" only. However, even with these I found that the user could delete and modify the files/folders in drive Z. So, I denied the following: "Create file/folders, write attributes/extended attributes, delete subfolders/files". This seems to serve my purpose.

Now I wish to know two things:
1) Am I doing the right thing or messing up something?
2) There was a radio button "Only apply these permissions to objects and/or containers within this container". This I had left unchecked. Should I check this? The window (see attachment) clearly states that these permissions apply to "this folder, subfolder and files". Is this just a redundant option?

Thanks!

A:How to grant read-only access of a drive to a user?

I'm still having problems.

The user is able to delete some files within some folders. I don't know why. This seems to occur randomly.

Is this because the user is part of the group 'PC/users' created by default by windows? I don't think so because by default this group has only read-only permissions and deny permissions should override them.

PS: I learnt that, if the radio button "Only apply these permissions to objects and/or containers within this container" is checked then permissions will be applied only to current folders and subfolders and not to subsequently created folders and files. Hence I had left it unchecked.

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I can access Windows Live Mail as Administrator on my computer but would like to be able to run as Standard User for day to day computing. Is it possible to change user controls so that Windows Live Mail appears on desk top when I am in Standard User mode ? At the moment the default for Windows Live Mail access is Windows Live Mail

A:Grant Standard User access to Windows Live Mail on own computer

Addition to first post

I found that under Windows Live Mail/Properties/Compatibility Tab I had Windows Vista entered still instead of Windows 7, and had not ticked Run as Administrator. I can now open Windows Live Mail as Standard User but it is completely blank i.e. the emails, folders etc. present when I access as Administrator are missing. Any ideas what I can do ?

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Hi ,How are you. I get this error over and over again in the Event Viewer:

 DCOM
1203 - Description              : The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID

                                  {D63B10C5-BB46-4990-A94F-E40B9D520160}
                                   and APPID

                                  {9CA88EE3-ACB7-47C8-AFC4-AB702511C276}
                                   to the user NT AUTHORITY\LOCAL SERVICE SID (S-1-5-19)
from address LocalHost (Using LRPC) running in the application container Unavailable SID (Unavailable). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

Could you tell me exactly... Read more

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I am receiving the following error in the Event Viewer from the source DistributedCOM (Windows 8.1 64 bit) :
The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID class identitification
{C2F03A33-21F5-47FA-B4BB-156362A2F239}
 and APPID identification
{316CDED5-E4AE-4B15-9113-7055D84DCC97} 
 to the user Lenovo\Ewa with security identification SID
(S-1-5-21-1287633286-651115146-4152900111-1001) from the address LocalHost (using

LRPC) acting in the application container with identity SID
ZinioLLC.Zinio_2.1.0.317_x64__0q6dqzpp40p2e
(S-1-15-2-720185855-2675332291-2976434075-758544043-626028312-300598871-2309835828.
This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.
It regards Zinio Reader application.
Please advice how can I fix the problem.
Thanks and best regards, Ewa

A:The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID

Hi Ewa,
It's just a example instead of your real ID.
The ID of yours {316CDED5-E4AE-4B15-9113-7055D84DCC97} must be in that list. Have you attempt to find it?
I have search it on my lab computer(Windows 8.1)as below:
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I was trying to give myself permission to the file C:\Users\Tom\Local Settings. Now, no matter what I hit I keep getting the attached error messages and there is no exit.
Nothing happens when I hit edit, so I can't change anything back. Nothing happens when I hit cancel. So, my only option is to hit ok, but this gives me the attached error messages.

Should I use task manager to end the task? What are the dangers of "an inconsistent state" as displayed in the last error screen?

Is there a utility I can use to set the ownership and permissions back to there original status?

This is my first post to a forum for help, so I hope I followed the correct protocol. I thank you in advance for any help.

A:I am in a loop trying to grant myself permission

Hello Durangoforcards, and welcome to Vista Forums.

The C:\Users\Tom\Local Settings folder is a protected operating system folder and should not be messed with. The actual folder that the C:\Users\Tom\Local Settings points to for you local settings would be C:\Users\Tom\AppData\Local instead.

Clicking on Cancel (Error Applying Security) and OK (Windows Security) and OK (Local Setting Properties) closed them for me.

Here are the default settings for that folder. Everyone has nothing checked, and all of the other user groups have full control by default.



Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Is it possible, to grant permission a user to create share of any folder of his PC in active directory environment. User can only create a share folder for other user, at the same time that user denied for any administrative power.

Please help me by providing information how can I do that.

A:Grant Permission To Create Share Folder.

I believe you are looking at editing group policy here. This specific change is not something I have ever done but it certainly sounds like a group policy privledge would solve your problem here.
Basically you need to give standard users the admin ability of creating shares. While not opening up anything else to them.

All I can do to get you started is tell you group policies is what you are after.
I just don't know exactly which one needs to be edited off the top of my head.
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Hai,
I need some help from expert here. Now i am using window xp and I want to share my file to somebody in the office. I don want to share to everybody and I right click the folder propeties then go the security and permission. But i faced a problem is that my other computer cannot find. how to i add the computer name in the list. Please advise me. thanks

A:how to set the permission to access the file from other user

You won't be able to assign permissions to the specific computer. Instead you will need to add the person's user account to the permission list.

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Hi All,

This is my first post here. I am trying hard to solve this permissions problem on my own--with lots of research, but I am truly stumped and I hope you can help.

Here is the overview:

I have FIVE PC's networked to a server, FOUR of them through Homegroup and FIFTH PC outside Homegroup. I want to exclude the FIFTH PC from all folders on the FOUR PC's and FOUR of the FIVE folders on the server. The FOUR PC's will have everything BUT Full Control access to the FIVE other folders on the server, but the FIFTH PC will be totally excluded from FOUR of those folders. with everything BUT Full Control over the FIFTH folder. These FIVE folders are on the "J" drive on the server, under a parent folder called "Network Shared Folders."

I learned that if you, or a group you belong to, have share permissions AND NTFS rights, you can browse into the share. I also learned that if you, or the group you belong to, are ONLY on the NTFS, you cannot browse into the share AND you cannot access any folders beneath the share, even if you have rights to them. The two other applicable rules: 1) when combining NTFS permissions and share permissions, the most restrictive effective permission applies and 2) permissions are combined when a user is not explicitly denied access. Finally, you should avoid using the "Deny" permission if possible.

When I set the share and NTFS permissions according to those rules, I either get all the PC's excluded from the fol... Read more

A:Permission Puzzle: Can't Exclude User but Allow Others to Access

When you say "server" is this an actual server with server software such as Windows server 2012 or, is the server just a Windows 7 machine with files that the other machines can access?

There is an easy way to do this using Homegroups,. Actual Windows servers aren't made to work with the Homegroup.

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Permission is just my newest trouble! My computer crashed some weeks ago, & I never received a solution; I have Windows 7 Home Premium on, 32 bit, on a Toshiba Satellite laptop. It replaces one that was stolen from me; no frills is fine, but I have had many troubles!

I am in exams online in grad school, so did not do my Performance Monitor/Error checking or anything, just working on schoolwork. But as I worked with reports, etc., I realized that all files in "My Documents" were also in (at least!) two other places: Public Documents and Pictures --

I went right to trying to move them, they were marked "Read Only", and I wasn't able to gain permission to ,make changes or move my files out of Public Documents, where they were "shared" & I was blocked from hitting "stop sharing" -- "didn't have the authority". When I realized they were also in Pictures, and set up as "Share" items, I was sickened; my very private documents on my computer system, & I didn't have the right to move my own files!

I am the Administrator, and I am the Owner; I live alone and nobody has used my laptop. *When I wrestled to restore my Permissions, I might make the changes, and "SYSTEM" seemed to be "in charge" -- my Full Control permissions were faded out, & when I would restore them, I could not click "Apply". Now unable to change permissions, or properties, I went to search for ... Read more

A:Permission&Access&User Acount Woes

You might try opening Libraries via the left pane in Windows Explorer and if "Documents" is *not* listed as a library - right-click on Libraries and choose Restore Default Libraries to see if this will fix it?

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I want to have full access for my laptop because whenever I try to install or make changes it pops out an error message that it requires administrator permission, I tried all the steps that you posted but no luck.

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I have three Windows-7 computers networked via cable (cat-5) into a router. Set up as "Work Network."
Main computer has work files on drive D: Other two computers see D: and folders there. But when I try
to access folders on Main computer's D: drive, I get "Your user account doesn't have permission to access \\john-pc\d (name of main computer). I have made drive D: sharable in every way I can think of and on
main computer (john-pc) drive d: shows up as shared. How can I get permissions set on main computer to
allow other two computers to access drive D?
 

A:User account doesn't have permission to access

You'll have to access it with user accounts of john-pc
 

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I have an external drive connected to a computer (running Windows 8) that's shared on a home network, accessible by 3 other machines (these machines run Windows 7). The permission is set up such that all other 3 machines can access and read files from the external drive, and they have no problem doing so. Within that external drive, I have a folder with permission set for Everyone and full control, because I want to allow other 3 machines to edit files in or copy files into that particular subfolder. Despite that, other 3 machines cannot edit files in that folder, nor able to copy files into that folder. I checked permission tab of that folder from a network machine, and it does display Everyone with full control. Any suggestion? Thanks.

A:network user unable to write to subfolder with permission

Originally Posted by namsilat


I have an external drive connected to a computer (running Windows 8) that's shared on a home network, accessible by 3 other machines (these machines run Windows 7). The permission is set up such that all other 3 machines can access and read files from the external drive, and they have no problem doing so. Within that external drive, I have a folder with permission set for Everyone and full control, because I want to allow other 3 machines to edit files in or copy files into that particular subfolder. Despite that, other 3 machines cannot edit files in that folder, nor able to copy files into that folder. I checked permission tab of that folder from a network machine, and it does display Everyone with full control. Any suggestion? Thanks.



Besides the permission settings on the sharing tab you also need to go into the Security Tab and add permissions for Everyone there as well. The link below shows you how.

HDD sharing - Windows 7 Forums

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Hi all there, I have a unique problem.
Sometime ago, one of my friends, purchased and installed McAfee Virusscan- classic .subsequently he made a copy of the original software on a cd and sent it to me which I installed on my machine.now whenever I want to schedule a new task or upgrade, it asks for a password.when I contacted the McAfee they ask for ‘grant no.’which I don’t have. I fear that the copy was made at a later stage , after incorporating password.

I am sure these informations must be stored somewhere in the cd, which I still have in my possession.
Is there any way to retieve password and grant no. from cd?
I’m sur somebody on this forum will certainly help me .thanx
 

A:Solved: password and grant number

From the TSG rules:
As you might expect, we don't want anything illegal going on here. Users cannot post hacks, cracks, pirated software, or anything of the like. Furthermore, we do not allow instructions on how to complete illegal activities, such as pirating. Please don't ask for advise on using illegal software, as it will be removed.Click to expand...
 

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Hello,

So I have just been setting up my new rig and, for several reasons, I was wanting to allow my desktop complete access to my laptop. However, I live in a very friendly household and my computer is in the main area. I allow other people to use the guest account on it all the time, but keep my own account with a password.

We also have many other computers on the same homegroup.

I was wanting to allow just my account on my desktop complete access to some (or prefferably all) files on my laptop.

I tried going Local Disk (C Properties >> Sharing tab >> Advanced Sharing button >> 'Share this folder' checkbox >> Permissions button >> Add button

However when i had entered this I could not get my laptop to access any other locations that itself. It was there that I got stuck.

Is it possible to do what I am trying to do?

Cheers,
David

A:Can I grant shared permissions to a single user from a different comp

Hello DGEccles,
Welcome to SevenForums. What you are trying to do is possible. What you have to do is pick a folder (or directory) that you want to share. In your case, this would be the C:\ drive. However, sharing your C:\ drive across the network, is very risky for many reasons. So I would not recommend this. So, lets get started. First, on your laptop, what you need to do is pick a folder you want to share. This can be your documents folder, another folder, or the C:\ drive. Next, right click the folder you want to share and click PROPERTIES. Next, navigate to the sharing tab and click on advanced sharing. Check the box that says "Share this folder". Next, click on permissions and MAKE SURE THAT YOUR ACCOUNT ON THE LAPTOP HAS FULL PERMISSION. After this, you want to click Apply and close out of all dialog boxes. Now, we move to your desktop. On your desktop, open up Windows Explorer. Navigate to Network on the left-hand side. After that click on your laptop's icon. After that a window will open asking you for credentials. INPUT THE CREDENTIALS THAT YOU SET TO HAVE FULL PERMISSION ON THE LAPTOP. After that you should see all the shared folders on the laptop including the one that you set up.

I hope this helps. (Sorry if this isn't clear I typed this fast so if you need me to re-explain it I will)

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As administrator I would like to grant a user use of my roboform and some other apps. How do I do that? I am running Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
 

A:Windows 7 - As administrator how do I grant a user priviledges to use my Roboform?

where did you install 'roboform'? \Program Files\??\??
 

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Hi all,

This is my 2nd day working on this issue. I think I've tried every suggestion found on google but no joy still getting:

'You do not have permission to access \\Computer name. Contact your network administrator to request access."






What really bothers me is that it was working for years now just this one computer has this issue. I can access other computer in the network with no problem even on the computer in question I can access other computers but can't browse any shares on it.

Please help

A:Network Error - you do not have permission to access....

Welcome to Seven Forums,

Instead of using \\ComputerName have you tried \\IPAddress ?

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I know this has probably been covered previously but I haven't fixed my problem yet.

Desktop PC (Windows 7) talks to the old Laptop (Windows XP).

I've just bought a new laptop with Windows 7, configured the Network to MSHOME, set up partitions to share & given access to everybody.

The Windows 7 laptop can see the Desktop & XP Laptop and view/exchange shared files - so the new laptop must be connected to the network.

The problem is that I can't access any shared files on the new laptop from either the Desktop PC or the old laptop - states that I don't have permissions.

If I view a shared files on the Desktop, it shows this as a shared file at the bottom of Windows Explorer whereas on the new laptop it doesn't.

I've tried everything but still can't access the new laptop.

Any ideas - I must be doing something wrong.

Setting up the Desktop was plain sailing and went without a hitch.

A:No permission to access Laptop on network

  
Quote: Originally Posted by wightwalker


I know this has probably been covered previously but I haven't fixed my problem yet.

Desktop PC (Windows 7) talks to the old Laptop (Windows XP).

I've just bought a new laptop with Windows 7, configured the Network to MSHOME, set up partitions to share & given access to everybody.

The Windows 7 laptop can see the Desktop & XP Laptop and view/exchange shared files - so the new laptop must be connected to the network.

The problem is that I can't access any shared files on the new laptop from either the Desktop PC or the old laptop - states that I don't have permissions.

If I view a shared files on the Desktop, it shows this as a shared file at the bottom of Windows Explorer whereas on the new laptop it doesn't.

I've tried everything but still can't access the new laptop.

Any ideas - I must be doing something wrong.

Setting up the Desktop was plain sailing and went without a hitch.


WW Hi and welcome

Two questions

First, are you running homegroup or workgroup?

What firewalls and av are you using?

thanks
Ken J++

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Dear Sir/Madam,

I guess that my Windows Vista computer has been caught by some malware/virus. The User Access Control keeps asking for permission to continue with an unknown Windows Command Processor program though I had cancelled the request. I have tried to use Malwarebytes Anti-malware and ESET Online Scanner in Windows safe mode (as I could not start these programs in normal mode) but it is still there after reboot. Based on the instruction on your preparation guide, the contents of dds.txt and attach.txt are shown below respectively. I would like to request for your help to get rid of it from my computer. Please feel free to let me know if you need further information. Thank you so much.
DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_x86
Internet Explorer: 9.0.8112.16455
Run by Lenovo at 6:50:54 on 2012-12-03
.
============== Running Processes ================
.
C:\Windows\system32\wininit.exe
C:\Windows\system32\lsm.exe
C:\Windows\system32\SLsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSvcHst.exe
C:\Windows\System32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Windows\System32\IgrsSvcs.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe
C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\VPN Client\cvpnd.exe
C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\DefWatch.exe
C:\Pro... Read more

A:User Access Control Keeps Asking For Permission To Continue With An Unknown Windows Command Processor Program

Hello, Welcome to BleepingComputer.I'm nasdaq and will be helping you.If you can please print this topic it will make it easier for you to follow the instructions and complete all of the necessary steps.===Please download ComboFix from any of the links below, and save it to your desktop. For information regarding this download, please visit this web page: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/combofix/how-to-use-combofixLink 1Link 2* IMPORTANT !!! Save ComboFix.exe to your DesktopIMPORTANT....1. Close any open browsers.2. Close/disable all anti virus and anti malware programs so they do not interfere with the running of ComboFix.3. Do not install any other programs until this if fixed.How to : Disable Anti-virus and Firewall...http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic114351.htmlDouble click on ComboFix.exe & follow the prompts. When finished, it will produce a report for you. Please post the C:\ComboFix.txt Note:Do not mouse click ComboFix's window while it's running. That may cause it to stallNote: If you have difficulty properly disabling your protective programs, refer to this link --> http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic114351.htmlNote: If after running ComboFix you get this error message "Illegal operation attempted on a registry key that has been marked for deletion." when attempting to run a program all you need to do is restart the computer to reset the registry.===Third party programs if not up to date can be the ca... Read more

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this error when occure on my pc , this is due to fail to access any shared folder , the temporary solution is to restart my PC. I need A better solution to stop this error
 

A:access is denied. you might not have permission to use this network resource

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I have worked through every post I can find but cannot access files on other PC's on a Windows 7 Homegroup.

I have disconnected both Computers from the Homegroup and started a new homegroup and have connected both to it. The My Documents folder on the second Computer is located on a seperate drive ie D:\My Documents. I have right clicked and allowed it to share with Homegroup.

When I go to my computer it now shows in the list in the homegroup but when I try to access it I get the error - 'You do not have permission to access \\Computer name\My Documents Contact your network administrator to request access."

This is so frustrating because this has only recently happened and I have had no problem accessing them in the past.

One thing I have noticed is that both computers only show Access as Internet as opposed to Local and Internet.

Anyone any further ideas>>

EDIT - Reset the Router back to factory settings and started the whole produre over again and now have connectivity with other PC

A:Network Error - you do not have permission to access files

Hi I'm Sanjay from Mettupalayam, India
Recently I have purchased a system in that I found this problem and I have solved by given solution traced by myself

Right Click the hard disk (in which your folder is set to sharing) go to properties click security find the list under the Groups or User names: the following list should be there
1. Everyone
2. Authenticated Users
3. SYSTEM
4. (system name) for eg. Sanjay (Sanjay-PC\Sanjay)
5. Administrators (Sanjay-PC\Administrators)
6. Users (Sanjay-PC\Users)

If any thing is missing from the above list please add by clicking on Edit button and then on Add , Advanced..., Find now, select from the below list.

Thank you
Regards
Sanjay, India

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The are 3 PCs, all Windows 7, all the same workgroup, two of them same homegroup.

Problem. Try to share a folder on RAFALEK-PC, created account user/password, set permission etc. And one PC (not in the homegroup) when try to connect , gets window asking for user/password and when enter user/password everything is OK. got access to the shared folder.

Problem with another pc : Jacubek-PC (same homegroup with RAFALEK-PC) when try to get access to that folder gets network error:






Quote:
You do not have permission to access \\server\folder name. Contact your server administrator to request access.


checked cmd - use net (see attached picture).
I tried : "net use* /delete" but it does not help.
Only when I connect via: "\\ip of server\folder name" everything works as it should.

Please how to get rid of this annoying error.
PS. same problem when RAFALEK-PC try to access some folders on JACUBEK-PC.

A:You do not have permission to access. Contact your network admin

Try to turn off Password Protected Sharing ?

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I keep getting the network password popup asking me to type user name and password. How do I get rid of it?

I've googled and read some of the appropriate posts but I'm not a techie and I just started taking care of my 3 computers after a divorce from my techie husband who insisted on taking care of everything.

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Hi all,

We have a problem here. We use Windows 98 and vista business edition in a network.

We want to use vista pc as a file share for a vb application. That is we want to keep the access database file on the vista and applications on win 98 (SE) machines.

But we are unable to do that.

We tried the following:

1. Accessing from vista to either XP or 98 is perfectly OK. Copying, editing, deletions everything is possible.

2. Accessing from 98 to XP is perfectly OK as above.

3. Accessing from 98 to vista, following problems are observed

(Drive on Vista used for file share is FAT 32):

* Pinging is OK

* Shared folders on vista are visible

* When double clicking on the folder, 98 system hangs

* Public folders on Vista are accessible sometimes. But not stable.

* Files of tiny size can be opened/copied from 98

Can you test it and help us.

We would like to use the Vista PC as a file share in the network.

hopefully,

joshy kp

[email protected]
 

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I have Windows XP and I use Outlook 2003 for e-mails. I have not been able to receive or send e-mails from Outlook for several days because of the "Enter Network Password" pop-up. I entered the password that worked in December 2012 but that did not work this time. I checked with my ISP, ATT. They were no help. This has happened in the past but I was always able to get the pop-up to disappear by entering different passwords. It didn't work this time. Can you help me? Fortunately, I am able to get my e-mails using ATT.net (Yahoo) but I prefer Outlook and that is where my full contact list is.
 

A:Enter Network Password popup

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Dear TechSupportGuy/local Forum Admin,

Hi, once again, I am so thankful to be able to come here and consult and support much of your expertise.

Would please be so kind to help me with the following?

I have a Wireless G WRT54GS home network all setup and almost working (still new to all of this)...

It is between two Gateway notebooks, both using the same Workgroup name (an essential prerequisite), one hooked up to the router directly and the other with the correct/corresponding PCMCIA Linksys network SpeedBooster card.

Actually, as far as the other, secondary, networked notebook, it can already connect and access the internet, etc. through this network (WEP key based), however, I am attempting to share a USB external drive on the main, primary PC.

After setting up the sharing of it, with File and Print sharing enabled (and on the Firewalls, etc.) and attempting to navigate to it on the secondary PC, I can see the workgroup/network name, 'Port-a-pc' under Network Places/Microsoft Windows Network, but when I click on it's plus sign, I get this error message:

"Port-a-pc is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. contact the administrator (or your friendly neighborhood TechSupportGuy! : ) of this server to find out if you have access permissions. The list of servers for this workgroup is not currently available."

What I should do? I had this working before, but, don't know what to do.

Thanks in advance,

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A:Almost have a wireless/XP home network working-no permission to access though/unavail

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I need to loan my laptop to a friend for a short period of time.
I want to make it useable with access to Winword but little else.
I have created an account with limited access to my files.
What do I need to do allow this user to utilize my MS Word (winword) to do her own work on it?
Many thanks for any help.

A:How can I grant access to specific files?

You may have to install Word via her account--assuming her access to programs is blocked at this point. This way probably is the easiest way to proceed at this point. You can always uninstall Word later.

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Hello all, thanks for reading.

I recently bought a new router because my old one was acting up. I had a RT-N10E and i bought a Dlink DIR-818LW .

I followed all the instructions on the quick setup guide and the router says it is connected to the internet however i can't access the internet at all. I tried with the dynamic ip settings and with the static ones. What am i doing wrong and how can i fix this ?

Thanks in advance
 

A:New Router won't grant access to internet.

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I have windows vista and I am trying to download a software when I try and save it this is what I am suppose to do:
Go to Windows Explorer and navigate to the c:\program files\sixty second tax savings organizer folder

and in the folder find the file named RMPA2003.exe

highlight that file, and then "right click" using the right mouse button - to bring up the properties dialog box - and then tell Windows Vista to grant this exe file "full rights" / 'administrator rights" or whatever the dialog shows...

So I try to save this file in the "c" drive like it say's above and this is what I get:
C:/Program Files/Taxes/60secdemo.exe You do not have permission to save in this location. Contact the administrator to obtain permission.
Would you like to save this in Julie folder instead?

There is only one user on this computer, which makes me the admin. Why would it say this?
Also then I select ok save in Julie folder instead and after it is saved then I open the software and try to run it and this is what happens:
An unidentified software wants access to your computer....
Cancel or Allow

I click on allow and then this happens:
Could not initialize installation. File size expected=38359091, size returned=48848.
The parameter is incorrect.
What now?? What am I suppose to do?

 

A:Grant Administrator access for downloads

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I am running Win XP on two networked computers. I had to install a new drive after a crash, and lost all of my settings. The new drive is NTFS. I am not able to grant permission for the users of the other computer to access the computer. It shows up in the workgroup fine. I am in the "User Rights Assignment" which has a choice to grant access to the computer from the network. When I try to add a user, it only lets me search for computers. I finds the other computer in the workgroup, but when I try to apply the computer name to the list it says "failed to save local policy database". Is there somewhere else to grant access to either a user or computer?
 

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Today, I changed 2 of our computers (plan on doing them all) and now I am the administrator on those computers, I want to grant access to ALL documents, music, videos, etc. files that already exist on their PC's.

I really just want to block internet porn and the likes.

I installed Windows 7 Family Safety, but I don't want to keep them from their files.

Can I still be the Administrator and grant file access?

PLEASE help!!!!

A:Admin wants grant access to ALL documents, music, etc.

Not sure if this is what you're after, but I'll post the link anyway.

File and Folder Permissions

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Whenever I go into Outlook 2007, I get the "Enter Network Password" popup appearing every few seconds and can have 2 occurrences of it within a few secondes of each other. Outlook wont let me receive or send emails, and then after some hours, suddenly I might receive my emails, then it dries up again. This popup does not occur if I am not in Outlook, and if I access my mail accounts on the internet (through BT Yahoo for instance) they come thr9ugh normally. This problem is making outlook impossible to use. Any ideas? I have tried downloading the registry fix software and fixing all registry errors. What can I do next?
 

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we have a computer at school that's being shared by young students, but they get a kick out of deleting files. they have a shared folder on a separate partition for all their activities. it's okay if they can open or even modify each other's files, but we just don't want them deleting anything. is there a user policy/security setting that can make this possible? tia

A:Is it possible to grant full access except Delete on folders and files

yeah. right click-->properties-->advance-->change permissions. select a user and the check box for full control allow/deny appears. just check the bottom boxes for file deletion. it seems like a new account appears in the permission window when you close the configuration menu, but windows has just split up the user into two groups: allow and deny. you can open them both and add the checkboxes for allow to deny, and the deny boxes to allow, but the user remains "split up" and those boxes won't stay checked, but the configuration should be correct.

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Hi,

I have recently set up a guest account in an attempt to use it when friends are over/want to watch a few movies. Currently I cannot see any files in explorer when logged in (to either the pre setup guest or a newly created account). I have granted access to select files on my main account, but still cannot see them when I swap logins. Can anyone shed some light on what I am doing wrong?

Thanks,

Richard

A:How can I grant my guest account access to certain files in explorer?

Hi Rcik, welcome to the Seven Forums.

What you describe is exactly why the Public folders exist. Everything saved under Public (Public Videos, Public Pictures and so on) can be accessed by all users, also the built-in Guest user account.

You can find the Public user folders in C:\Users\Public (default location).

Kari

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Hello TechsupportForum,

I have recently installed adobe photo shop, Micsoft Office and Command and conquer-zero hour game on my laptop. Everytime i use any of the above software my XP professional sp3 restarts without any warning. When i go to see Event Viewer I see this error code 10016.

"The machine-default permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID
{A4199E55-EBB9-49E5-AF1A-7A5408B2E206}
to the user NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE SID (S-1-5-20). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool"

I have not made any edits at all to my system before. i have checked my registry is not showing any bad signs. I have unistalled above softwares and still i get this error. I have scanned for viruses using Zone Alarm Internet security so far i have found nothing. i scanned my laptop for bad sectors but i have found there too.

Please help me, everytme when i work on my laptop it restarts unexpectedly and the event viewer shows DCOM error 10016.

My system detailes are:
Intel Duo Core 2 T7250 2GHz
2GB Ram
Intel Mobile Express Chipset 965
160GB SATA
XP professional SP3

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I would like to (GPO prefered) allow my domain users to change properties of the locally (not AD installed) printers. Basically any user needs to be able to change their default try, set deparment print ID number, color/bw settings ect. Right now the domain users are just plain "users" on the local machines.

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Hi all, I migrated to Windows 8.1x64 Pro from Windows 7x64 Ultimate. In both OS's I'm the Administrator. In Windows 7 I was using a 2nd internal physical HDD for data files. Now with Windows 8.1 I'm using that same data drive, but I find that many files and folders can't be opened (Access denied). I followed these tutorials to take ownership and grant full access . Problem is that even if I follow this procedure for a folder, the files inside that folder still have access denied, and I have to apply the procedure to each file individually to gain access to it which is time consuming, even though the "all files and folders inside" option was chosen.
Is there a short way to clean the permissions inherited from the Windows 7 OS and apply fresh full permissions to the whole drive (all folders and files in it) so that Windows 8.1 won't bug me anymore with the "Acess Denied" sign? Thanks

A:Need to take ownership and grant full access to Data drive

You could try this WinAero: TakeOwnershipEx

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My Windows 10 laptop has several shared drives (not folders).
They are shared with Everyone, Full Control, Password-Protected sharing is off.

I can't access them from my main PC, but I can access the Users\Public folder.

Sharing settings below...

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I'm trying to determine if one can use a mail enabled security group setup with mailbox access rights to a Generic Mailbox. The system is Windows 2003 server.

What I'm thinking is to grant mailbox access to the security group and then the members of that group would have the access inherreted from the group.
I've tried to test this, but only get the unable to expand folder error in outlook. I'm wondering if this is because it does not work, or if it is a delay in replication of the change across the servers in the domain.

Am I way of the mark or is this doable?
 

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Up until a week or so ago, I was having limited problems out of Microsoft Outlook 2003. Then out of the blue, every time my mail client checked for new messages (every 5 minutes), a network password prompt window would pop up. I have 3 mail accounts (2 business, 1 personal) coming into Outlook, so it has been a real pain to have to repeatedly log into them. I have the passwords saved in the setup but it no longer acknowledges that fact (no, my keyboard isn't set to all caps).

After even deleting all 3 accounts and re-entering them I was unsuccessful in fixing the problem, so I upgraded to Outlook 2007 and have inherited the same problem there as well. I tried switching to Eudora, and no dice. The problem has escalated...now even when I type in the passwords, I cannot send mail at all and I can't even receive mail on my personal account, so get this...I get 2 sets of email coming into Outlook, I have one coming in via forwards, and if I reply to anything or send new messages, I can't do it through Outlook. I have to go to my Verizon Yahoo page, log into my personal account there and send any outgoing messages. Nuts!

I tried doing a restore to earlier point on my machine, and it won't even let me restore as recent the past couple of days. I don't know what's happened. I've tried emailing with the firewall down even and it doesn't change the problem, tried everything I know to do. My antivirus is up-to-date, as are all my drivers and Mi... Read more

A:Solved: Mail Client Trouble - Network Password Popup Windows

I'm posting the solve on this problem because although there were no responses on the solution, I found this problem articulated on other forums as well. Going to the Microsoft website offered me practically no help (no offense, Microsoft, but not all of us have a masters degree in computer science, nor can we afford $250 to call you for help!)

After trying every possible fix out there simple enough for an intermediate computer to understand, I finally got in touch with onlinecomputerrepair.org. Now, while the cost to repair it was $89 (considerably cheaper than Microsoft tech support, which only walks you through a solution), the tech logged into my machine and laid with the problem until it was fixed. Well worth the cost considering the lost time this problem has cost me in productivity.

The tech told me that the problem was missing registry settings that tell programs where to look for settings. He went into my system and made some modifications I would have never known how to make, and now the problem is solved. For anyone who has something like this occur with their machine in the future, if you're not savvy enough to fix the problem yourself, I highly recommend these guys' work. Very professional, and if they can't fix it, you don't pay...that's about the best deal I know of next to free.
 

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I'm having some problems with my network connection. Few time ago I was connected via cable connection,or wireless. Now, I moved out to another location where I have another cable connection. I created a new connection and the internet is working properly.
However I get some annoying pop up like is showing in the picture below:

In "network and sharing center" window, those public network connections are appearing and disappearing all the time. And I see that there is a lot of activity(sent and received) even if I don't downloading anything.

What can I do in order to stop getting that popup with over 20 networks, all with "no internet access" ?

Thanks

A:Network connection - No internet access popup

Hi wizi, this is a snip from your image,



Select IPv4 click properties & post the image.

Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums

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I have four computer networked all using Win 7 Pro or Ultimate. I set up the network as prompted and set th user name and password. All computers are new to newer Dell running 64bit. Went to setup my HPMediaSmart 6TB Server and everything just fine. After all setup everything worked fiine until I wated to axcess the server. A Windows Security window opens requesting Network Password and User Name to connect to the HP Server. Well nothing I input does any good ALL my entries are rejected. This is a total f.. k up as I know what I used for the main network and what I used for the HP Server but neither work. I have tried about everything I can think of and am still locked out. All else fails compltet rest and reboot but just wondering if same problem someone else might have seen for answer. Thank you.

A:Win 7 user name and password for network

Hi TerSans & welcome to SF

You may just need to check the permissions that are set on the server.
I had exactly the same thing happen to me trying to connect to an XP machine. The username & password i supplied was correct but it kept rejecting them because I hadn't got permission from XP to access it.
I suggest looking at the ACL of your server drive, adding NETWORK and assigning the appropriate permissions.

I hope this helps somewhat.

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tried many times to access laptop the password says the user profile service failed the logon
user profile cannot be loaded '
i can get in on safe mode but canged my password but it still wont let me in have put malware bytes on and cleared some bugs but it still wont let me in there are litte blue and yellow shiels next to some things that i need to access to alter things but when i click them nothing happens i dont have a recovery disc
also a box says smartlogon.exe application error the application was unable to start correctly
(0xc0000006)

A:cannot access password user profile

  
Quote: Originally Posted by gatelad


tried many times to access laptop the password says the user profile service failed the logon
user profile cannot be loaded '
i can get in on safe mode but canged my password but it still wont let me in have put malware bytes on and cleared some bugs but it still wont let me in there are litte blue and yellow shiels next to some things that i need to access to alter things but when i click them nothing happens i dont have a recovery disc
also a box says smartlogon.exe application error the application was unable to start correctly
(0xc0000006)


Try a reinstall. Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7

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i recently bought a windows 7 home premium tablet with the intent of using it as a portable media player. for some reason i cannot connect to my media server's shared drive. the server is running windows xp and share permissions are configured properly. but any time i try to open the share on the tablet i get a the network password is incorrect. the thing is that i can remote desktop into the server using the same username an password. so please for the love of god fix this because my sanity relies on it.

mike

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