Re: IPv6 problem
> My computer is running Windows 7 Home 64 bit. I have not been able to
> communicate with other machines on the network via homegroup, so I
> started troubleshooter for homegroup, and it said that IPv6 needs to
> be enabled in order to use homegroup, so off I went to Netowork
> troubleshooter to enable it. Eventually I ended up at network adaptor,
> but the box for Internet Protocol v6 was already checked. So what's
> the problem?
The above can be found by searching Microsoft's support knowledgebase
(http://www.microsoft.com/support). However, they scramble in garbage
from their web-based forums that mucks up the results. So I instead use
Google to search Microsoft's support site, as in:
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