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Windows 7: Error: Windows cannot access \\ComputerName... Error 8x0070035

25 Nov 2012   #11
JerometheGiraff

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chev65 View Post
If it's anything to do with Norton you will need to uninstall Norton with it's own removal tool.
I disabled Norton, I still can't access the folder, I've set the permissions etc, what the heck is going on ?


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30 Nov 2012   #12
vaidas3

Windows 7 pro 64bit. (SP1)
 
 

Have windows 7 network with windows 2008 R2 server as file server.. all in same workgroup not domain.
and from one windows 7 pc i get same error when i try to connect to Windows server 2008 R2
Network Error
Windows cannot access \\ComputerName
Check the spelling of the name. Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network. To try to identify and resolve network problems, click Diagnose.

Error Code: 0x80070035
The Network path was not found

But what is strange that pc can access other windows 7 pcs on network.. only server gives this error and server can be accessed from other pcs..I've checked services, ntebios, tcp ip etc.
i can open server by \\ip_address but not servername i cant even ping by name only ip..
I did everything with windows even reimaging to clean fresh state
i begin to suspect router or switch.. because when i tried and connected laptop to same network port as the problem pc i couldnt connect too.. but i can access all other pcs that connected to same switch as server its so strange.

EDIT: Reinstalling (not reimaging) server with different name helped.. thats very drastic solution but it worked.
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06 Jan 2015   #13
techworker

Windows 8.1
 
 
Fix Applies to Norton Firewall

Steps to Fixing
Windows Cannot Access // ComputerName


Norton 360

1. Log into your Computer Admin Account
2. Open Norton
3. Click to Open Norton Settings
4. Find your Network Security Settings
5. Click Click to open Network security Settings.
6. Below the Network Details on the Right side of screen you will Find (REMOTE MONITORING)
7. CLICK ENABLE (If already enabled you can change the password to what ever you want)
8. Enter a Password
9. Repeat on each computer in your Network / Homegroup

Norton Standard Internet Security

1. Log into your Computer Admin Account
2. Open Norton
3. Click to Open Norton Settings
4. Find Smart Firewall. Click to Open Smart Firewall
5. Find and Click to Open Network security Settings.
6. Find Trust Control under the Network Tab.
7. Click Configure Link on the right side of Trust Control.
8. The Network Security Map should open.
9. On Left side of Screen Find the Drop down Box under the Network Details.
10. Select Ethernet in Drop Down Box.
11. Below the Drop Down Box you will see the Find (REMOTE MONITORING)
12. CLICK ENABLE (If already enabled you can change the password to what ever you want)
13. Enter a Password
14. Repeat on Each Computer in your Network / Homegroup

Repeat this on each computer in your homegroup so that your network/homegroup can pass data through the firewall to each computer on your network and homegroup. Each computer must have the same PASSWORD entered into the firewall in order to connect to each other.
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