Solved: Connect to a workgroup in a network

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drspradley

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I have 5 computers on a network. 3 PCs are using XP, 1 PC is using Vista, 1 PC is using Windows 7. all computers use the same Network name. all computers use the same workgroup name. All 5 computers are visible in the network. I can Ping each PC from Any one of the 5 PCs. The windows 7 pc can access all of the files & Folders in the workgroup on all PCs using XP. The PC using Vista can access all of the files & Folders in the workgroup on all PCs using XP.
The PC using windows 7 can assess the public files & Folders on the PC using Vista. The PC using Vista can assess the public files & Folders on the PC using Windows 7. The PCs using Vista & Windows 7 are both Wireless.
Now my problem is that I can not access any user files or Folders on the PC using Vista from the 1 PC using Windows 7 or any of the 3 PCs using Xp. I can not access any user files or Folders on the PC using Windows 7 from the 1 PC using Vista or any of the 3 PCs using Xp. From any PC trying to access the C Drive on The PC using Vista, I get this error. ACCESS DENIED ERROR CODE:0x80070005. And From any PC trying to access the C Drive on The PC using Windows 7,
I get this error. Windows cannot access \\PCNAME\c Check spelling of the name. Otherwise there might be a problem with your network. To try to identify and resolve network problems, click diagnose. ERROR CODE: 0x80070005 Access Denied
 
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