Problem Connecting Windows XP to Windows 7

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March 19, 2011 at 08:27:51
Specs: Windows XP Service Pack 3, Intel Pentium 4/ 4 Gigabytes
At my home network, the computers are as follows:

3 Windows 7
2 Windows XP
1 Windows 2000 Pro

The Windows 2000 and XP Computers communicate fine with each other, but I have a problem when trying to connect the XPs to the Win 7 Computers. It will ask for a username and password when I try to connect to one Win 7 computers from an XP. Yet there are no passwords set on the Windows 7 Computers. Any Ideas?

PS: The specs are for one Windows XP computer.

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March 19, 2011 at 09:03:50
Have you tried the Win7 HomeGroup Troubleshooter Wizard (In HomeGroup in Control Panel)? Also there's password protected sharing button under the advanced sharing settings that can be disabled I think.

MOOOOooove! OH and you're welcome!

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March 19, 2011 at 11:01:50
Thanks for the advice. I looked in the advanced homegroup settings and found that the password protection was on. So I changed it on one of the computers at least for now. Thanks for the help! If I have any more questions later on, I'll post them below.

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