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Dear Friends,

I get the error message "Network Path Not Found" on clicking on the computer name under My Network Places. Both the systems are on Win XP Professional. But I am able to access the server PC by giving the computer name or IP adderss through Windows Explorer. (The Workgroup name is same for both the PCs and NetBios Settings is set to Default.)
Please Help.
Thanks
Krishi

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Are you able to connect to the admin share or a shared drive on the destination computer?

If you launch \\your_ip\c$ from the run line what are the results? Have you enabled file sharing on the destination computer?

AJZ

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Are you able to connect to the admin share or a shared drive on the destination computer?

If you launch \\your_ip\c$ from the run line what are the results? Have you enabled file sharing on the destination computer?

AJZ

Hi,

Thanks for your response. When run \\systemnumber\c$ I will get a window for user name and password window for authuntication....

Krishi.

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Thanks AJZ for your tips,

Basically, I am tiring to connect from Computer A to Computer B using a VB.NET program. It has always worked except at one customers place. The OS can be Win XP or Win 2000 Professional/Server or 2003 Server or even Vista. At this customer's place the OS is Win XP professional. The program while check for the given Computer Name under the particular Workgroup returns the error "Network Path Not Found".
This error is only due to a peculiar network setting at the customer's place, which we are tiring to find out.

Bye
Krishi

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