I think it is permission issue. what's the system error if you do net view \\vistaipaddress?
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"hogwell" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:84B71C4F-200F-4E41-8ECF-11111C6A47A5@microsoft.com...
I have added a new Vista Ultimate computer to an AD domain and created shared
folders on the Vista machine.
The Vista machine can access all shares on the network (XP machine, W2003
Servers, etc), but the other machines on the network can see the name of the
Vista computer, but cannot access or list the shares, which are shown fine on
the Vista machine itself. For example "\\MyVista\Public" cannot be added as a
Network Place on either W2003 server.
I've checked all the settings on the Vista machine over and over, Network
Discovery, Public Folder Sharing, and File Sharing are on - both computers
are logged on as the same (administrative) domain user, Windows Firewall on
or off doesn't matter. (This machine is connected wirelessly through a
Linksys WAP11 access point, if that matters.)
I've checked other newsgroup postings with similar problems, but not these