03-16-2011 11:50 AM
Ok that narrows it quite a bit.
What AV product do you have running on those systems?
Also what other networking type of product do you run on those systems?
03-16-2011 12:12 PM
No more time know.
i'll be back tomorrow.
Firewall : Comodo (NoL is set to trust) with no Hips.
AV : Microsoft Essential
Nothing more of one of the 2 PC who had a fresh install of Windows.
I have uninstall comodo and unable/disable the windows firewall, nothing change.
Don't have test to uninstall the AV because the other PC use the AV of Comodo not microsoft essentail but i'll test tommoroww.
03-17-2011 07:15 AM
the pb come from another soft of parental control (Crawler Parental control who is no longuer support) i had install to solve my pb #1.
I set it to manage only the time on the PC nothing more but, sorry, i don't have think of it because normaly he doesn't load in my admin account (it must be hidden somewhere).
In fact i can't use the two at the same time. With only one of them i can see my local netwotk but not with the both.
There is some conflict between the two. :-(
03-17-2011 07:18 AM
Ah yes, multiple parental control products trying to run on the same system will not work properly. They are probably both trying to access the network at the driver level and have conflicts.
I would say we can mark this as resolved since we now know what was causing the issue, thanks for following up.
03-17-2011 11:28 AM
it would be interesting to see if you can see your network shares when the firewall program you are using is disabled, this might be a potential application conflict.
03-17-2011 11:53 AM
Confirmed, with the installation of crawler parental control, network shares aren't available.