Printer sharing access denie Windows Vista to XP Printer

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ed8martinez

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Hello there,

My name is Ed.. I have a Widnows XP with my HP Color Laserjet printer connected, which is Share on my Network Workgroup.

I also have new Vista Computer, I've got the Vista connected to the Share Printe from XP, but, once, I shutdown and restart my Vista computer I loose the printer share connection to my Windows XP/Hp color laserjet printer. I try to access the printer from my Vista it said access denied.. I have to delete the printe and locally again reconnect the printer.

I thank you in advanced for your help with this dilema.

Regards
 
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Share is checked on both compuers? And the Printer name is identical? When it goes bye-bye -- can you find it by searching for the printer name

Are you using identical User Names for both accounts?
In Vista > Network Sharing is "network discovery" checked?
 

ed8martinez

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will check network center today... sorry for the late response.. quite busy with my boys 8 & 7 Football first year playing over the weekend - better that HD. I will do a check list today...

please accept my apologies, it wasn't my intention to have two identical thread, I though I made a mistake in one didn't know how to deleted..

I thank you all for your support..

Regards
 
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Are you setting up the printer connection by ip address? It is the best way.
 
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