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All Places > Business > Endpoint Security > SaaS Endpoint Protection (Total Protection Service) > Discussions Please enter a title. u sure the dependancy services are all up and running ? Please download Farbar Service Scanner (FSS) and run it on the computer with the issue.Make sure the following options are checked: Internet ServicesWindows FirewallSystem RestoreSecurity Center/Action CenterWindows UpdateWindows DefenderOther ServicesPress "Scan".It Wait for a couple of minutes. 5.

For example, a user can take home a computer that is a member of a domain at work, join an existing homegroup, and gain access to printers and shared files on pinhead420 says: 7 years ago I have a desktop that is connected to a alfa wirless g wifi adapter and its connected to my belkin wirless router. the computer says that there is no homegroup connected in my network whereas i just mad a homegroup with my other pc. It also enables users to easily access media through Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center, and compatible media devices in the home. http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/252387-windows-firewall-blocks-homegroup.html

Allow Homegroup Through Firewall

When both are wired it works with no problem but once I go wireless my computer can't find the homegroup. You can try using System Restore to see if that helps or not and since you can always undo that action... Users are not allowed to use clones(using more than one account by a single person). Jim Robillard says: 5 years ago I have three Windows 7 computers.

In the new popup window click on Networks. Want to connect to my Trend Net wireless router. By my own fault the homegroup was not working. Because This Computer Belongs To A Domain Settings For Sharing If one of them won't run then download and try to run the other one.You only need to get one of these to run, not all of them.

Plz HElp. Accessing Homegroups With A Domain-joined Computer If you need to, change the HomeGroup password on the computer you are trying to connect to the HomeGroup. vrex says: 6 years ago That did not work. It ultimately plays but that hanging condition is nasty.

When I click on the homegroup option all it says is "create a homegroup". How To Enable Network Id In Windows 7 All these options are found in the HomeGroup settings area. If it is McAfee's firewall, please follow the given instructions to allow your windows 7 computer to homegroup domain. I followed your steps above and did find that a number of the above Services on Laptop 2 had not started.

Accessing Homegroups With A Domain-joined Computer

Restricted the access to the computer by the opened ports in each rule to the safe home networks I had defined before. http://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-7/windows-7-cannot-connect-to-homegroup/ I FINALLY found this post and did everything it said. Allow Homegroup Through Firewall I created a workgroup on the win7laptop and typed in password on the win7 destop. Can't Join Homegroup Windows 10 The troubleshooting procedures answer that my computer is correctly configured but the DNS server is not responding.

SkyRookie says: 6 years ago I'm trying to get Homegroups to work… I do not get the "Join" button on the second computer. The "join now" button is greyed out and does not work. I switched to this equipment because the cheap Linksys router and even cheaper (crap) Belkin router couldn't handle the simple traffic created when I moved files to/from my WHS box. Moto says: 6 years ago The statement that Kaspersky can block homegroup access is correct. Domain Option Is Disabled In Windows 7 Professional

I tried reviewing all the different settings. I have 4 computers and luckily only one of them is experiencing issues. Dee9283 says: 7 years ago I was able to set up my homegroup without a problem when my husband and I got our computers. Homegroup started to work when I set IPv6 filtering to "Normal" in firewall settings.

I want to find out what is causing the WMP hanging condition. Domain Option Is Disabled In Windows 7 Enterprise ANY TOPIC DEBATING FORUM RULES WILL BE CLOSED DOWN AND AUTOMATICALLY DELETED FOR THESE RULES ARE NOT SUBJECTED TO DEBATE.   Have a nice day, The BitDefender Team. nano856 says: 6 years ago I had 6 computers, (2 desktops and 4 laptops/netbooks) all connected to Homegroup trying to share a printer.

Strangely this only affects my laptop over WiFi.

One of the easiest ways for users to work successfully at home is to grant them administrative credentials. I tried to access the shared folders directly (Start, \\192.168.1.100) but it gives me the message that "Windows cannot access \\192.168.1.100\Music…", "You don't have permissions…". jimmyjoe says: 6 years ago I tried everything. Unable To Join The Domain With Windows 7 Professional I have gone through all the troubleshooting procedures, but to no avail.

I have 6 machines connected to my "server" homegroup, except one! Homegroup Services & Firewall Started by robcole1967 , Oct 07 2013 12:00 PM Please log in to reply 1 reply to this topic #1 robcole1967 robcole1967 Members 1 posts OFFLINE Any idears? After I restarted the router and booted up the computers, I was finally able see the laptop from my desktop (which was my original problem).

Now when I try and access a shared folder from the laptop on my PC, it says that the network path is unavailable. Anyway, one other area where I smell a rat is that I installed Norton Internet Security 2010 a while ago. Open the McAfee security center using the page www.mcafeeasap.comClick on policies on the top and then click on add policy and then select firewall settings on the left paneSelect administrator configures