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Windows 7: Same Procedure before Network will work..ArGH!

10 Apr 2010   #1

Windows 10 Pro
Same Procedure before Network will work..ArGH!

Every-time I want to get my Network to connect on my Windows7-32bit, I have to go into Explorer click on Network Icon (where below it lists all the computers within your network) then a Yellow bar at the top of explorer pops up saying that file sharing is turned off, so I click it so that file sharing is turned on. I then get asked to make the network that I am connect to a private network then the network works. When I turn filing sharing on, same procedure I have to go though, I've gone though this for a few months and I hope that I can solve it whereas when the PC reboot the network just connects and works.

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10 Apr 2010   #2
not so gray matter

W7 Ult. x64 | OS X

Have you attempted to manually set file sharing to on and save the setting permanently?

You should be able to go into Control Panel > Network & Sharing Center. If you're attempting to share via Win7 then you can create a homegroup, otherwise you need to create a Workgroup. Either way you can also set the default settings for Home/Work networks via the Advanced Sharing Settings.

Of course all of this needs to be done by an administrative account.
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11 Apr 2010   #3

Windows 10 Pro

Changing some of the advanced settings, solved the problem I just hope it doesn't come back
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