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Old 07-26-2005, 07:53 PM   #11
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Sounds like permissions arnt setup properly on the host machine.

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How would I change those? What do I need to change? I have a Linksys WRT54G
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Thanks for the link, Aaron. I just got a laptop and I am struggling with setting up a wireless network as well. The router works great but I am still working on the network. The link helped.
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On the host machine (If you're using XP) make sure the user's have permissions (ie: Admin priviledge). If not, it cannot be used.
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All users?

The user that has the files I want to share has Admin priviledges.
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All users usually works..
sometimes it makes you sign in manualy to use admin privlages..
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Old 07-27-2005, 04:47 AM   #17
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Different user names on the laptop and desktop? Add your laptop's username with a password (recommended) or turn on guest accounts on the desktop.

128bit encryption isn't secure. A serious wireless net uses at least 1024bit encryption. There are people sniffing packets everywhere. Just saying. If anyone here is willing to run Linux, have an old computer and a couple network interface cards, likes DIY, and wants help, just ask.
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Old 07-27-2005, 08:32 AM   #18
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Desktop has 3 UNs, Laptop has just one.

You are telling me I need to set the other two on the desktop to Admin?
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The 3 user accounts on desktop are now set to admin and so is the one on the laptop.

Still same error. Here is the error pic.

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Actually as I think about it I think that folder is this laptop's name. Not sure though, but I dont think the desktop has that long of name (I know of 2 possibilites the desktop could be and that isnt it)

So... Maybe its not wireless networking correctly?
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