|30 Dec 2009||#1|
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I have two computers on my home network and would like to set up a homegroup between them. The problem is when I create a homegroup on a computer, when i go to the other one instead of asking me to join it it asks me to create a new one.
So effectively I end up creating two homegroups on the same network.
What I noticed though was that when I disabled IPv6 on my computer it found the existing homegroup, the problem then is when I enter the password and click join I get an error message saying 'IPv6 must be enabled.'
How can I get the existing homegroup to show up with IPv6 enabled
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