Network Setup Wizard Issue

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by =?Utf-8?B?T3NjYXI=?=, Sep 25, 2005.

  1. i had posted this in the Working Remotely forum but i was wondering if anyone
    had a solution to 3rd paragraph (On AEHSMCPS789-1 Desktop # 1 I also cannot
    set up a network because when i am in the network setup wizard ...) I
    appreciate any assistance. thanks

    Hello all,

    i have 4 computers in my home, all running Windows XP Professional Service
    Pack 2, they all have the Norton Anti-Virus/Internet Security 2005 Anti
    Spyware Edition installed also. My issue is that on one of my Desktop I
    cannot connect remotely to any of the other computers in my home.

    AEHSMCPS789-1 (Desktop One)
    AEHSMCPS789-2 (Desktop Two)
    AEHSMCPS789-3 (Lap-Top)
    AEHSMCPS789-4 (Desktop Three)

    I am unable to connect from AEHSMCPS789-1 Desktop # 1 to any of the other
    computers. I get an error message of " The remote connection has timed out,
    please try connecting to the computer again" or Unable to Connect

    On AEHSMCPS789-1 Desktop # 1 I also cannot set up a network because when i
    am in the network setup wizard and select the option that "This computer
    connects directly to the internet, other computers on this network connect to
    the internet through this computer" When I click next I get the following
    message " Other computers cannot connect to the internet through this
    computer, in additon to this internet this computer must have a connection to
    your network" Any solutions to this issue? Although All computers are able to
    connect to the internet because i am using the Westell Gateway that Verizon
    DSL has provided me.

    AEHSMCPS789-1 Desktop # 1 is a Dell Optiplex 170L model just incase that
    infornation was needed.

    Last, thing all computers have the PCAnywhere Software installed, I can
    connect from the other computers Desktop 2 and 3 and the laptop to my Desktop
    # 1 AEHSMCPS789-1 but I cannot to Desktop 2,3 and the laptop from Desktop #
    1. It's basically like the remote desktop just with more features.

    I know this is alot, but if anyone has any solutions to my problem(s) i
    would greatly apreciate your assistance. Thanks again for any assistance that
    is provided.

    Oscar Fuentes-Guzman

    Silver Spring
     
    =?Utf-8?B?T3NjYXI=?=, Sep 25, 2005
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