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I have windows xp and my friend has a vista business..we have linked up the two systems via a router ..he can see my computer in his network connections but is unable to access it..i on the other hand not able to "see" his computer in my network connections. yes we have the same WORKGROUP.. please help. we can access the net from both the systems. we want to play multiplayer games together.

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Please check our network connection advance properties and make sure that the proper services are enable "File Sharing", "Network Sharing". Once you have done this reboot. Next you will need to check on the vista machine the security settings of the windows firewall. It's likely you will need to reduce the level of protection and allow the network protocols.

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