Re: Why no data?
Posted by Scorpaen on 03/27/2002 @ 20:38:03 PST
In Reply to: Re: Why no data? posted by rawlogic on 09/28/2000 @ 06:57:15 PST

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i'm trying from a win98 SE to a win2k server on which i've
mapped a network drive to a share. in dos i get
"error 5. you do not currently have access to this file..."

what does this mean and how can i fix it?

: Have you read the intstructions at:

: Please make sure that you've configured your computer
: correctly as per the "Minimum Requirements".

: To determine if the problem is with NetBIOS configuration
: with NetView, try issuing a "net view" command at the DOS
: prompt. The syntax is:

: C:\> net view \\

: Replace the IP address with the remote computer you are
: attempting to scan. Here are the results I get for a
: computer on our network:

: Shared resources at \\

: Development

: Share name Type Used as Comment

: --------------------------------------------
: shared Disk
: The command completed successfully.

: This command uses the same built-in Windows API's that
: Rawlogic's NetView uses. If this DOS command doesn't work
: for you, the problem is with your Network configuration.
: Please post any error messages that you receive, after
: verified that you can successfully ping the remote
: In addition, please indicate which version of Windows each
: machine is running and give some details on how the two
: computers are networked.

: To ping a computer from the DOS prompt:

: C:\> ping

: Pinging with 32 bytes of data:

: Reply from bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=128
: Reply from bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=128
: Reply from bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=128
: Reply from bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=128

: : : You'll see "getting resources" whenever NetView finds a
: : : computer with file sharing enabled (NetBIOS port 139 is
: : : listening); however, if NetView doesn't find any shared
: : : resources, it doesn't display the computer in the
: results.
: : : To verify that this is the case, you can check
the "Show
: : : IPCs" check box. Any computer with file sharing
: (NetBIOS)
: : : enabled should have the hidden IPC resource.

: : Did that and it still shows nothing... I can assure you
: that at least some of these addresses are sharing
: : thigs (I have personally visited some of the machines to
: verify this). None of the users are smart enough
: : to
: : be running something else that would listen on 139.

: : Any other ideas? Are there things I can put in an ini
: and/or registry key to turn on some extra
: : debugging?

: : Bruce

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