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Topic # 8691 22-Jul-2006 04:31
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Can find any info relating to my problem so here goes.

I have a small network at home, 1 desktop pc XP, 1 laptop XP & 1 W2K3 Server. All are networked and can share files folders etc.
I have my ipaq 6515,  and a dlink dbt-120 connected to the laptop running wildcomm 1.4 bluetooth stack.

I can successfully surf the internet & use msn on the ppc
I can successfully use activesync 3.8 over bluetooth also.

I cannot see any of my shared folders on any of my networked machines, I have downloaded the trial version of pocketlan to further test this problem. I am able to ping all 3 machines and my router by ip address fine, but if i try to access any shared folders (eg //laptop/shared files ) I just get the message 'Network Path Not Found'.

I have tried everything I can think of and exhausted all ideas. if anyone can help please this is driving me mad..
 

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Reply # 42221 22-Jul-2006 11:43
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LAN Access through Bluetooth will not provide you with access to shared folders.





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