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System Security Allowing XP remote access to selected Windows 7 folders?http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/134350-networking-issue-win7-printer-xp-remote-machines.html is a thread in this forum where I got some help that allowed me to share my printer (wired to I like Proxy because of the security layers and the interface. See above. Have a good weekend. http://skdcom.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-is-killing-me.html

Ask your System Administrator to remove the entry & then try remoting. I was using my xp pro E6500 and couldn't get it to connect then found that the W firewall was blocking in conjunction with COMODO and once disabled W it was Do *Mundi* and *Mundum* mean different things? I don't have the license ids any more, so I can't just transport them to another happy machine. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f31/solved-cant-ping-cant-connect-to-remote-desktop-on-xp-pro-sp3-580016.html

Remote Desktop Can't Connect To The Remote Computer For One Of These Reasons

All the Remote Desktop configurations were in place it seemed. Also, I think the error message is quite different if you try to login to a server using credentials that dont match up with the server you are trying to connect So, for example, I had just connected to ComputerA as Administrator, so Remote Desktop tried to sign into ComputerB as ComputerA/Administrator, not ComputerB/Administrator. Revo would NOT let me uninstall Symantec Live Update (I feel a problem may be sitting here). (2) ran FreeMalWareBytes identified a very simple Visual C++ grep type tool I wrote

Everything pinged fine. Thank You in Advance!! -Mike Report ralf- Feb 27, 2010 at 01:37 PM you checked both firewalls 9 times out of ten this will be the prob. Who would have thought that updating my NVIDIA display drivers on the PC I wanted to Remote Access was at the heart of the problem! Rdp Port x2 'depends on':AFD Networking Support Environment See above.

WLAN AutoConfig (for Vista and Windows 7 only) NA Workstation I could not find this on XP. Can Ping But Not Rdp Windows 7 Edit1: Saw you update. Thanks a bunch. his comment is here SAFE MODE: firewall is off and netbios is on on both computers.

Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Setting them to blank fixed the issues I was having. From the other side the \\ DID connect just fine. Here is the output of pinging the host from the client by its computer name: Pinging HOSTNAME.nyc.rr.com [67.215.65.XXX] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 67.215.65.XXX: bytes=32 time=14ms TTL=51 Reply from

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share|improve this answer answered Dec 13 '13 at 19:45 ColdComfort 1 FYI i would not recommend saving your remote desktop credentials if you can help it. It seems that their roles would not cross. Remote Desktop Can't Connect To The Remote Computer For One Of These Reasons Just giving computer name will not connect, but giving the Full-Qualified name will connect. Unable To Ping Or Remote Desktop To Windows 7 up vote 9 down vote favorite 2 I have a computer at work that I can only connect to remotely when using the computer's IP address and not when using the

I've installed it on all my machines and I've added it to my list for all future installations I do. this content Try contacting administrator or flushing and registering with DNS. I've tried dealing with it through Malwarebytes in Safe Mode but this appears to have been disabled. Also, it won't hurt to run Free Malwarebytes from the sick computer. Can Rdp But Cannot Ping

Thanks Dave . Is your local computer is behind firewall ? RDC reports that the server is off, or not available or not on the network. http://skdcom.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-problem.html I can still see the computer saying it is listening on 3389 in netstat -a.

IPSEC is mentioned. Thanks again for sharing your findings with the group. if you dont have a password in windows xp create 1 then give the other person ur lgin details.

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Sas Report ClzcntE- Dec 18, 2009 at 05:43 PM It's a Asus eeee, I cant see it now cause it got on the road to NC and we tried to day Network Connections Started | Manual x1 'depends on', which is Started | Automatic Network Location Awareness Started | Manual x2 'depends on':AFD Networking Support Environment See above. Basically my remote desktop used to work, but suddenly stopped, and I could not figure out how to get it going again. Restart both computers.

Should I be concerned that swap is being used on a host with nearly 40GB of free memory? Hexamus Inactive Malware Help Topics 2 01-11-2011 08:15 PM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit If you login without a password this won't work. check over here Interesting!

Helpful +3 Report nanojbster Jul 10, 2009 at 02:55 AM if u have a user account password in windows xp give the other person your password. Then tried uninstalling (the adapter from Device Manager) - didn't think that would make any difference and I was right! A friend on the phone just suggested to check the terminal services service. RDC works from sick to happy, but happy to sick RDC still fails.

Windows Vista Home/Home Premium, Media Edition, Windows XP Home, are all considered Home versions. Did you ever resolve your problem. Through Google, I found this thread and followed your instructions.