NOTE: This is just what I read in another thread on another forum (I'll try to find the link [I think this was it]: XP drops folders shared on Vista PC Hope this helps. #7 Menno, Dec 18, 2009 Athlonite New MemberJoined:Mar 25, 2009Messages:792Likes Received:10 i have a simalar problem too, when trying to access my partners laptop which was upgraded from And my other Win7 computers also do not have any problems accessing each other. Apparently it doesn't co-operate well with XP (and older) systems, because they only support SMB1, and Win7 does not automatically switch from SMB2 to SMB1 when it's supposed to. his comment is here
The previous poster mentioned that AVG may be related to this problem, and I had it installed while these, and other errors, were happening. wish i knew what was causing it.... #19 theupmost, Mar 28, 2010 (You must log in or sign up to post here.)Show Ignored ContentShare This Page Tweet Loading...Log in with FacebookLog Thanks TonyPh12345 2010-10-03 20:53:53 UTC #6 Especially considering you turned Master Browser OFF, and now the server IS the browser? Yep, that's microsoft for you... Your input is greatly appreciated. 12-17-2011, 02:31 PM #4 2xg TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: Aug 2009 Location: SoCal Posts: 20,454 OS: Windows O/S'es Alright, good to http://superuser.com/questions/47382/system-error-58-while-accessing-shares-on-windows-7-from-xp
Before removing AVG, I was also getting a "Not Enough Server Storage Is Available to Process This Command." error, in addition to the "The specified server cannot perform the requested operation." I just want to be able to access my xp print server for data again. I have enabled all features from Network sharing center and tried with turning firewalls completely off, that had no effect.
Why cast an A-lister for Groot? English fellow vs Arabic fellah Achieve same random number sequence on different OS with same seed Why was Susan treated so unkindly? is only happening when accessing a Win7 x64 system from Windows XP (x86) clients. Windows 10 System Error 58 With regard to Node type, it is listed as "unknown" on this PC.
There alsways seems to be something in every setup that creates some kind of issue. System Error 58 Has Occurred Windows 10 Once I removed (or left) the the Windows 7 system from the Homegroup I was then able to access the share with the proper credentials. Windows XP machines can view and access all other shares except for the ones that are on Windows 7. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/26417954/Net-Use-giving-System-error-58.html Just when I tried to use Net View All is where it broke.
It seems that when the Server service is restarted, the XP systems can connect again, but will eventually get the same error when reading files from the server. System Error 58 Has Occurred + Windows 2012 And last : are all machines fully patched? When using the command, "NET VIEW" from the command prompt: "System Error 58 has occurred. 4. Use PRTG Network Monitor as one of the building blocks, to detect unusual… Security Vulnerabilities Paessler Networking Internet of Things How to Monitor Bandwidth using SNMP or WMI using PRTG Network
At random, the server would lose its connection to the Win7 box, and attempting a NET USE command to map a drive would return a Status 58 like this. Now for the kicker.... System Error 58 Has Occurred Net View Why did my cron job run? System Error 58 Has Occurred Windows 2008 I unplugged/replugged the power; Restarted the PC and all services worked again.
Case 3: We had a similar case. this content Many thanks to anarchy1024, this indeed solved this issue for me. If not use the install button and restart your PC. Related 1Windows 7 - system error 58Windows XP cannot access a Windows 7 shared folder2Unable to access UNC shares on XP Pro from Windows 7 Home Premium system - Invalid Username System Error 58 Has Occurred Samba
I can't seem to find any useful information online relating to this error. Thanks. #1 maxihornes, Aug 8, 2009 Last edited: Aug 8, 2009 a33e New MemberJoined:Jul 26, 2009Messages:2Likes Received:0 RUN command + UNC path wont work here. Everything works fine between computers, I mean, I can connect to remote desktop, I have replies from the ping, etc., doesn't metter from, all response fine, but I can't access to weblink Win7 is great as a standalone operating system, but networked is just hard work!! Thanks for the help!!!! Answered by Karl Burrows on September 30, 2010.This is not an answer to the original
not even net view works. –nysingh Sep 27 '09 at 3:22 1 Restarting the Server service in Windows 7 was enough to fix my problem. –user79246 May 1 '11 at System Error 64 Has Occurred will try link layer topology 3. Windows 7 on the first look is slick, but networking it has been a royal pain for me for all my networks.
It's just an easier way of doing what's described above.] And I'm still not using AVG; it was intended to be used temporarily until SEP11 was updated to run on 7. You're Welcome. __________________ Networking Articles & Tutorials Preposting Requirements « [SOLVED] File Interrupted | FTP Account » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar same users is logged onto both machines. The Specified Server Cannot Perform The Requested Operation Windows 10 Is the Set designed properly? `patch:instead` removes an element with no attributes What commercial flight route requires the most stops/layovers from A to B?
share|improve this answer answered Sep 27 '09 at 6:35 harrymc 191k7166409 1. even domain admins get the same results (error 58) 4. When access is blocked i got this message: http://184.108.40.206/piks/share-error-message.png Ironical, when i took that printscreen and saved it from pbrush to server i saw that denied shared folder was suddenly mapped check over here the problem was NTML response was not setup on both sides.
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