Aug 26, 2009 I am having what seems to be a very common issue Windows 7 computer unable to access a shared printer connected to an XP Home machine. I have tried tried several of the fixes suggested in this forum but no luck. Here is the configuration. I have an HP printer connected to an XP Home share printer windows xp home access denied Sep 28, 2016 Unable to Connect Windows 10 Shared Printer to Windows XP Recently, one of my customers has found that after installation of the upgrade from Windows 8. 1 to Windows 10, the network printer connected to this computer stopped printing documents from other computers running Windows XP.
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Nov 29, 2018 I keep getting a message unable to connect to printer access denied. I am able to see and access all fo the shared folders but not the printers. Also i am able to connect to both the shared folders and the printers from my windows xp professional machine. Just having issues with windows vista business machine with printers only. [SOLVED Printer sharing [XP to Vista Access Denied By link470 12 years ago I just purchased a new Dell laptop for a family, and they already have an HP desktop. Mar 31, 2011 On the View tab, click to clear the Use simple file sharing check box in the Advanced settings list, click Apply, and then click OK. 5. In My computer, doubleclick the hard disk drive on which Windows XP is installed. Note: By default, Windows XP is installed on Local Disk ( C: ). 6. Doubleclick Windows. share printer windows xp home access denied Problem: Unable to connect to shared network printer on Windows XP Home Edition with Windows Vista. Solution: I'm glad I found this thread and the posts below. I followed the advice from the other post. Using Control Panel, I first installed the printer using the USB port and installed the driver.