There is a registry key that sometimes need an adjustment on the Windows 7 machine
, try this first. This is to fix the access denied error.
For the access denied error try adjusing this registry key on the Win 7 machine
with the problem.
Solution is really easy just modify one key in registry: You need to type regedit into your command prompt to access the registry. Navigate to the following key and make the following adjustment.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System create or modify
32-bit DWORD: LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy
set the value to: 1
Also has worked for me here. Networking 7 and XP Issue
You may also need to disable "Simple file sharing" on the XP machine, with XP this option can cause problems with sharing. Try this second.
To turn off simple file sharing on XP.
- Open My Computer from the Start Menu or Windows XP Desktop. A new My Computer window will appear.
- Open the Tools menu and choose the "Folder Options..." option from this menu. A new Folder Options window will appear.
- Click on the View tab and locate the "Use Simple File Sharing (Recommended)" checkbox in the list of Advanced Settings.
- To enable Simple File Sharing, ensure this checkbox is checked. To disable Simple File Sharing, ensure this checkbox is not checked. Click inside the checkbox to alternately enable and disable the option.