Network Access RightsLocked
Three Computers,Peer/Peer. Two have had a clean install of Windows 2000Pro, the third computer runs WinXP pro, it was originally on a different workgroup name. The two 2000pro systems can see each other and share folders okay, the winxp system can see and access both 2000pro systems, but although the 2000 systems can see the XP system, they are not allowed to access it?? Folders in the XP system are marked as shared. The network settings must all be okay for them all to see each other, I think the original security settings in WinXP are stopping the access. Try to log on and says Log on not allowed. What am I looking for in the XP security settings, there is an awful lot of stuff in there and not sure what to look for. I need to set access rights for these other two systems to log on to the XP system, they are all on the same workgroup. No passwords have been set. Also since I changed the workgroup name for XP to match the other two, XP can not use the networked printer attached to the 2000 system, the printer is marked as shared, is this also a security reason in the XP settings.