Quote: Originally Posted by Gil
Wow thanks for all of this. Did you see that I was able to fix the problem?
Anyways I'm following your steps (you didn't write them for nothing).
Well, I am on a week off and didn't have anything going on for a couple of days...
1. i'm set to home network (why work network when these computers are at my home?).
It's not about where the computers are... it's about the manner in which they communicate with one another. If all your computers were on Windows 7 and you were only sharing the public folder you could use Home Network in your workplace... (Yeah, I know... they named it stupidly)
2. Why is it important to remove IPv6? Without it I can't use Homegroup media sharing.
I wouldn't use that anyway... The last thing I want is that disastrous Windows Media Player crawling around my network and messing with my files. You simply would not believe the mess it made of a 6000 file "Top Hits" collection that took me over a year to build.
In any case... it's that way just to get you started. You can change things later, one at a time, to get it working the way you want.
3. Security check - pass.
4. Everything else is good except for remote desktop. Yesterday it worked now I lost it again.
Ok... do a hard reset on your router... go through the process from the beginning, one more time, set things up EXACTLY
as I've detailed... try it again.
Those settings were taken directly from my own system... I know they work.