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Can't access computer on network. Network computer is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of the server

I can confirm this did work for me.
1st. be sure:
Be sure your firewall is not the cause.
In Folder Options - Turn on simple file sharing and then in the drives properties dialog in the Sharing and Security Select Enable File Sharing,
If you turned on sharing for the folders and it still won't work, try this.  It works, and was in Fred Langa's newsletter (http://www.langalist.com/). It contained a solution that someone submitted for a similar problem.

*Backup your registry before making any changes.
On the computer which cannot be accessed -
Open REGEDIT.
Note: Our "CurrentControlSet" was 001 at end?
Under HKEY_Local_MACHINE|SYSTEM|CurrentControlSet|Control|Lsa, change the value of "restrictanonymous" to 0 instead of 1 or 2. Don't change "restrictanonymoussam" value. The value should be REG_DWORD and Hexadecimal Base. (That's the default for that key) Restart your computer and access the resources on that PC, it should work properly if restrictanonymous was a non-zero.

 

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