Can’t see other PC on Network I have a small 2 PC workgroup running XP Professional (SP2) on Sony VAIO laptops and connecting via a Netgear WPN 824 wireless router. Both PC’s can connect to the internet and print via a Netgear WGPS 606 wireless print server. Windows Firewall is disabled. I have Norton Internet Security 2005 installed and running. . I have allowed in Personal Firewall the range 192.168.1.1/105 in both PC’s. On PC1 in Network Places I can see PC1 and PC2 document folders. On PC1 under Microsoft Windows Network I can see the Workgroup Name and both PC’s. I can access both document folders from here as well. On PC2 in Network Places I can only see PC2 document folders. However, under Microsoft Windows Network I can see the Workgroup Name and both PC’s. I can access PC2 document folder but when I try to Access PC1 I get an input box – Connect to PC2 with PC2 User name and a password requirement. I do not believe I have set a password for the Workgroup. If I enter without a password then I get an error message saying that “PC1 is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Logon failure: the user has not been granted the request logon type at this computer”. Both PC’s are using Advanced File Sharing. Both have Everyone User with Full Control. The Users have been made Owners of the respective PC Objects. I have tried the following diagnostic solutions on both PC’s: • I can Ping successfully from each PC using both their Name and IP address. • Using Help & Support-Fixing Network problems gives All Clear • Shared Folders Snap In show PC’s have shared folders • Services Snap In are Automatic and Started • TCP/IP filtering is not enabled • Guest Account is On and Active for Network Connections • I have changed the Workgroup Name and back but it made no difference. I guess there is a setting there somewhere that is preventing PC2 accessing PC1 but I am at a loss at to what. Can anyone help me? Thanks, Dave4scuba.