Problem: This error message will pop-up when trying to connect to a Windows 7 PC from Windows XP PC.
Solution: refer to https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/85919b70-d223-40b5-a976-d15243e5fc65/cant-access-win-xp-share-folders-from-win-7?forum=w7itpronetworking
the original value is “1” in Windows 7 PC, change it to “3”.
Problem: These 2 error messages will pop-up when trying to connect to a Windows 7 PC from Windows XP PC.
Solution: need to perform 2 settings on both Windows 7 PC and Windows XP PC.
- refer to https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/318030/you-cannot-access-shared-files-and-folders-or-browse-computers-in-the
- Step 1: Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP
- Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Network and Internet Connections.
- Click Network Connections.
- Right-click Local Area Connection, and then click Properties.
- Click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and then click Properties.
- Click the General tab, and then click Advanced.
- Click the WINS tab.
- Under NetBIOS setting, click Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP, and then click OK two times.
- Click Close to close the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box.
- Close the Network Connections window.
- Step 2
- Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Manage.
- Double-click Services and Applications.
- Double-click Services.
- On the right side, right-click Computer Browser, and then click Start.
- Close the Computer Management window.
- Run GPedit.msc
- Expand Computer Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Local Policies -> Security Options
- Open the properties for Network security: LAN Manager authentication level
- Set the value to: Send LM & NTLM responses
- Run Services.msc
- Restart the Server service
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Problem: PC/Server suddenly shuts down
Solution: If you want to know what was the exact last shut down time of your computer, then you can find that out using a simple trick. You’d need to go to the Event Viewer in Windows to get that information.
Here are the steps.
- If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, click the start icon and type Event Viewer in the search box. Event viewer program will appear. Click on it.
- Event Viewer window will open. Now on the left side of that window click on “Windows Logs”. Now on the right side, click on System.
- All the system files will open on the right side. Now on the source column you have to find out Eventlog source having Event ID 6006 (6006 is an event ID for shutdown). You will find many Eventlog sources having event ID 6006. But you need to figure out source with the most recent date and time.Note: All the events are placed in descending order (latest time first) so the top event log with event ID 6006 will show the correct time and date of last PC shutdown (In this case the time is 1/10/2010 1:06:48 AM).
So the last shut down time of my PC is 1/10/2010 1:06:48 AM.