But like you said, Windows Networking Ugh!!! The changeover must happen simultaneously everywhere, and will have months of bugs. Click on Change advanced sharing settings. I will try to find my way on how to disable ports on Win 10 machines. That's how they make money. It's the same old story with Microsoft sharing.
Can you provide me some steps? I thought I had the solution but was tripped up the next day. On Server 2003 R2, you can install the printer, and you can print a test page - you can even print a test from an interactive application such as Notepad - but applications running Windows Services that are running on the box as the same user that added the printer, that would normally print to the printer, fail to print. I've got one legacy program that I never got working on Windows 7 in compatibility mode. File sharing and network discovery are turned on on both Windows 10 machines. One company stopped making computer-controlled equipment entirely because Microsoft kept changing operating systems too fast for them to keep up. And the shuttle software has exactly squat to do with your music production software.
The ip address I am trying to connect to is informing me that the file share is not secure. I've enabled sharing on the printer. I am attempting to network the two but have only been partially successful. When I joined the Workgroup and put in the long random password that I pulled off of one of the other computers printing started working. The '57 Chevy must remain a stock '57 Chevy and the roads must never change. In the Private or Home or Work section you can configure File and printer sharing, Public folder sharing, and Password protected sharing. Unless you want your research totally invalidated by the next virus that comes along.
But like you said, Windows Networking Ugh!!! Until I retired, I was working on it in my spare time. Only, you have to restart both computer. The Space Shuttle used these for the entire life after the Challenger disaster. Standards are not supposed to change. Now i have a older pc which is new addition to the network running windows xp sp3 and this pc also needs to be connected to the network but i am unable to see other windows 10 pc on network places and also unable to see xp on windows 10 network.
NicCrockett- You are correct in saying that the system is a legacy piece of hardware that controls a specialized machinery that isn't easily upgradeable. Well, I've just about configured everything I need for Windows 10. Not sure how it worked with wjacsh, but I actually did this procedure as well before I made my first post. Any upgrade or even an update destroys the integrity of the experiment. The one I had to add was Users.
All the online links that I have followed have not been of any help. I have the same problem as Wholestory2. At least not in my Windows 10 registry. The Shared Documents folder is automatically shared. Often you can speed up this process via Search for other computers. This is the kind of computer I really need for both kinds of work.
No Windows 7 involved: I got to that page via a search. I just can't let it go. They told us to use old computers, because the new computers were not compatible. Any upgrade or even an update destroys the integrity of the experiment. See from one, can't see from another. After all its a nightmare transferring data and programs to a new computer. Can you provide me some steps? This was running a shared printer in my house.
Something to do with how it uses port 139 and or 445 when making the connection to the Windows 10 shares. Well those thousands of man-hours of labor to keep making updates has to be paid for somehow. Presumably if there were any gross timing issues though, millions of dollars worth of parts would have been damaged by now. In the Security tab section, all of those names should be present. Please remember to mark the replies as an answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.