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Access denied to network to laptop

I am the administrator of my computer and am trying to network to my shared printer MP 150. It sees it on the network and tries to connect but then a pop window comes and says access is denies. The Geek squad can't help me. What's up?

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  • rjstahl626 Sep 14, 2008

    All of the above have been done. It has something to do with the Vista program. My twp computers see each other and share files correctly but the printer won't allow access from Vista. I have upgraded the driver too but of no use. Thanks for trying.

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Disable all firewalls, both on laptop and on computer that shares the printer.

Ensure that laptop and desktop sharing the printer are both on same Domain or Workgroup.

If this does not fix it, call back the Geeks and thell them to acces the router configuration, and configure router internal firewall.

Put both laptop IP and computer sharing printer IP in the range of thrusted IP on router settings.

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

  • Ginko
    Ginko Sep 14, 2008

    Why you ask me, i f you know already?


    Thanks for trying to you.


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