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Staff Online Now dvk01 Moderator valis Moderator cwwozniak Trusted Advisor flavallee Trusted Advisor Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking > Home Forums Access Type: Full Give it a password just to be safe: call it: win98 Confirm the password Click OK Click Apply and OK Restart the machine. ---------------------------------- You should now see I am sure I am inputting the password correctly? Or is it still Windows 7 is poorly configured to be accessed? http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles-tutorials/windows-9598me/wxpwin9x.html
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Private Address Space The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) has reserved the following three blocks of the IP address space for private internets (local networks): 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255 In addition to my previous post to network with Win 7 in order to downland the files from win 98, I welcome ANYONE else who are knowelegable to reply and help Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Tutorials Advanced Search Forum Vista Newsgroup Archive Vista Newsgroups Vista networking & sharing Problems maybe that would make the internet sharing work.
Hi Bob, I searched the web and found Core FTP site. Ender_Wiggen, Oct 29, 2008 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. I'm going to bed now. Windows 98 Network Settings Perhaps I am doing something wrong here...
Again, maybe I've done something wrong with NTLM2? > > > "Mark Bourne" wrote in message > news:u8T8HSv%[email protected] >> I am having problems sharing files between Windows Vista Business and Then share a folder on the Win7 and select that user account you made. you may try to create the same username of Vista on win98. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/windows-workgroup-with-windows-vista-and-98/ Vista print fax & scan Problems sharing large filesI've had RC2, Build 5744 installed since it came out.
neither computer detects the other. Which Of The Following Networking Components Receives A Signal Regenerates And Sends It My XP Pro laptop CAN wirelessly share with both W98 and W7 machines. I'can you ping the router from the commandline?ping 192.168.0.1would be useful to for you to run ipconfig as wellipconfig /all 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites What's New?
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One particular story I came across on a forum is a user running Windows 98 with GB’s of files he said he would like to bring over to his Windows 7 so I basically use my laptop as a communicator between my ethernet hub up here and the wireless router down there, I'm using the internet sharing on the wireless connection through Windows 98 Connect To Network Share I have played around with the shared folder on 2 xp computers before. Windows 95 File Sharing New 21 Sep 2007 #7 George B Guest Re: Problems sharing files between Vista and Windows 98 Responses interspersed: "Mark Bourne" wrote in message news:%[email protected] > George B wrote: >
If it doesn't appear in Network Neighbourhood, (even under Entire Network etc), try opening explorer and actually type \\laptop_name. http://y2kconnections.com/windows-98/networking-windows-98-with-windows-2000.php On Vista, "Mark" is a standard user (ie. For example, type "FTP basement" to exchange files. Since I was able to get 34 bytes, it doesn't > > seem to be a security issue or firewall issue - just Vista itself. > > I can't even see Network Windows 98 And Windows 7
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - MS technet thread by zvassil / April 9, 2010 5:17 AM PDT In reply to: Desperated Technical help to download files from Win Put an entry like "192.168.1.101 bob basement" so whenever you type "bob" or "basement", you will connect to .101. Tr3vorMarch 14th, 2012, 03:36 PMCool, I found a wireless router that automatically configures IP addresses, I think its called DHCP or something like that... http://y2kconnections.com/windows-98/network-vista-with-windows-98.php Possible to connect Windows 98 & Vista? « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum can not connect cisco vpn by using windows vistaHi all, I can not
You seem to be right on that one. What Is The Standard Irq Setting For The Realtime Clock yeah thats the problem, but nothing shows up anywhere still. Machine!
Networking between Vista and w98 Just added a new Vista (Home Premium) computer to my peer to peer network (2 Win XP Pro computers, 1 Win 98 computer, 1 Mac OSX
Windows 98 is first edition (not SE), OEM version, although I have reinstalled it several times. If you do not strictly need the shared folder mapped to a drive letter, you could install a free FTP Server in the Vista machine, and access it from the network Select "IP Address" tab, click "Obtain an IP address automatically." Click the "Gateway" tab. Windows 95 Networking As a last resort, share a folder on your Windows 98 machine, rather than the other way around.
Notify me of new posts by email. by Coryphaeus / November 23, 2009 9:02 PM PST In reply to: Networking windows 98 with windows 7 It's as bad as Vista on sharing a network. Private Address Space The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) has reserved the following three blocks of the IP address space for private internets (local networks): 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255 From outside, VPN is pretty much invisible.
duh. Or is it still Windows 7 is poorly configured to be accessed? But check that you have the proper drivers installed.Let us know how you get on. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Thanks by hose_adomingo · 10 years ago In reply to For Enter the WORKGROUP name we created in Windows 98 Make sure the workgroup name is the same as the one on the Windows 98 machine, you might be required to restart
In case you've forgotten during the > length of this post, I have installed the Active Directory Client > Extension on the Windows 98 machine, and (I think) enabled NTLM2 (the Strange that Vista asks for a password when connecting to a password-protected W98 share if it doesn't actually send the password to W98 though... I tried a number of registry changes on Vista, including LmCompatibilityLevel=1, noLmHash=0, and RestrictNullSessAccess=0, but these had no effect. Presumably if I copy files there, they won't by synced with the copy in the original location, and if I move them they will no longer be accessible from the original
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