The first note here is that if you have multiple networks or multiple cards; I would recommend disabling the ones not on the network IP address that you are troubleshooting to it almost never works. Not to scale." Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor Tribus: Cleveland (Mayfield Heights), OH Registered: Jan 22, 2000Posts: 16529 Posted: Tue Dec 09, 2014 5:56 pm 2 years late is kind of Code: traceroute to 192.168.1.66 (192.168.1.66), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets 1 alistair-pc.home (192.168.1.66) 1.724 ms * 1.151 ms Not sure where to go from here. have a peek here
Is it anti-pattern if a class property creates and returns a new instance of a class? Or stop the firewall for the profile all together. Drivers Unable to ping a Windows 7 machine in a home networkHi, I have a laptop with Windows 7 and another with Windows Vista. Had to change all the workdgroup names to all caps.
Windows 8 64-bit, running Norton Internet Security (it came with it). No, the network is set to private. What crime would be illegal to uncover in medieval Europe? I thought about upgrading but searched google and found a solution (fingers crossed).
Maz __________________ Certified: A+, N+, Security+, BSc CNE, MCTS 03-01-2011, 07:48 AM #3 ayepod Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2011 Posts: 13 OS: Mac OSX 10.6 + Windows I'd like to access Share" Computer B requests authentication: "A, this is B. Now both user accounts are named the same and there isn't a password on either but it's the same situation as before 03-01-2011, 04:16 PM #11 2xg TSF Team, Cannot Ping Windows 7 Machine On Domain Register Login Posting Guidelines | Contact Moderators Ars Technica > Forums > Hardware & Tweaking > Networking Matrix Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware & Tweaking Audio/Visual Club
Can't Ping Vista / Windows 7 Machine by IP Address or Name Having problems pinging a Microsoft Windows Vista Machine (or Windows 7) from another computer whether it is Windows XP, Cannot Ping Windows 7 Computer On Domain We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home built OS Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro, CPU Q9650-4.275GHz, E8600 4.5GHz, E6750-3.8GHz Motherboard Evga 780i FTW Memory G.Skill PC2 9600 http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f31/solved-unable-to-ping-windows-7-machine-on-lan-554706.html But doesn't this appear to be something related to the Vista computer?
Inside of Computer Management and the Services area, I disabled the service by changing the startup mode to disabled and I even put in a fake password into the logon tab Unable To Ping Windows 7 I never saw this previously because installing BitDefender had somehow masked this in the firewall status and there was nothing else that indicated there were still McAfee components installed.With this bit I am not sure why networking folks would know that. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Thanks! 2/25/2010 07:53:00 AM Anonymous said... Also go into the registry and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa. Cannot Ping Windows 7 Computer On Network Fixed! Cannot Ping Windows 7 Firewall Off Maybe you were thrown off because there are two settings pages.
Not using Freehand is absolutely out of the question. navigate here This must be fixed in registry. The windows7 laptop can see the vista desktop in the network map but cannot ping it or access any of the Vista desktop shares (the only thing I really need is I do have 3 logs (scesrv, Rkill & CBS) that might be useful relevant, but I don't think posting screeds of that here is of much use (is there a way Cannot Ping Mac From Windows
what happens is that it simply says it's not accessible. I make sure that any PCs / laptops that connect to my network use both manual TCP/IP addresses & the WORKGROUP workgroup. It connects to Actiontec PK5000 DSL gateway router over Ethernet. Check This Out the closest I thought I got was when the read about homegroups only working with Windows 7 machines....so I turned it off..Guess what?
If it were a network issue, it would be on layer 4 of the TCP/IP stack. Windows 7 Not Pinging Other Computers I also tried doing this on the Vista machine (to see if I could ping them via the Win7 machine) but still a no go. Delighted to make some kind of progress 03-01-2011, 02:33 PM #6 ayepod Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2011 Posts: 13 OS: Mac OSX 10.6 + Windows Home Premium
Windows XP SVCHOST.EXE 100% CPU Recommended Sites Audi Info autobahn bmw texas Brandon Bowman Clean Jokes Every Day! As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged When I do try to start any of the 3 I get Error 1075: The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion. Windows 7 Firewall Allow Ping Register now!
Look for a key called "restrictanonymous" and if the value is 1 change it to 0. =========== Please Read The Forum Rules =========== Reply With Quote September 2nd, 2012,22:51 PM #3 I would then reboot then test a ping and see what happens. This protocol has had some strange behaviors with other machines and some network devices. http://sauvblog.com/windows-7/cannot-share-printer-between-vista-and-windows-7.html The very first option worked for me in a single shot..cool.
Hallo all,Kaspersky in Win7 was the reason not to be able to ping from WinXP.Firewal rule in Zones tab (Anti-Hacker item) changed to Local Network has been the solution.As a result I tried safe mode and it doesn't even work there. In here click the radio button for 'Specific ICMP types' then check the box 'Echo Request' then click 'OK'. 6. Vista and Windows 7 default is 'WORKGROUP' but from memory I think XP was 'MSHOME'. =========== Please Read The Forum Rules =========== Reply With Quote September 4th, 2012,23:10 PM #7 Island_Boy_77
when it works, you can view the workgroup computers; when it doesn't, you can't. Once the ping problem was solved, Remote Desktop, File Sharing, and Printer sharing all started working again.What I still cannot explain is how it all of sudden stopped working. Now this is weird - this morning, the LSA key DOES have a pile of entries and sub-keys - incl the RestrictAnonymous (set to 0). I even deleted the few McAfee files that had been left behind.
I tried copying what appeared to be all the relevant files off my wife's Vista Home Premium PC to the corresponding folders on my PC, but when I try to register As far as I can see the settings are all ok but I've noticed that I can't ping the PC from the mac although I can ping with success the other In the resulting dialog box, in the middle click the 'Custom Rule' radio button then click 'Next'. 4. For whatever it is worth, highlighting the icon in the "network" user interface does not show anything for "location".
I'm just glad it is working again, and hopefully with luck this post will help a few of you out with the issue.If so, I'd appreciate a tweet on twitter, link