How to fix “is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Access is denied.” Network error with accessing XP windows shares
Trying to access a Windows XP host computer over a LAN (local area network) and get into it’s shared folders.
This little turd of an error can be really irritating. It happens when trying to access a shared folder, or any shares, on a remote, but LAN networked, Windows XP computer. After running the Network Setup Wizard on the host computer, and enabling file and printer sharing, it just won’t go away. In Windows XP Professional, you can go into the explorer view settings, and disable Simple File Sharing, which didn’t fix it either.
The fix ended up being a simple registry edit, suggested by Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913628
Here is the process:
To resolve this issue, set the value of the restrictanonymous registry entry to 0. To do this, follow these steps:
- Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
- Locate and then double-click the following registry subkey:
- On the right side, double-click restrictanonymous.
- Make sure that the value in the Value data box is set to 0, and then click OK.
- Close Registry Editor.
- Restart the computer.
This worked like a charm more than once for me.
This post was written by Content Curator on January 16, 2009
Download DVD Shrink 3.2 and Flask MPEG 0.594
This procedure assumes: “Files”-type rip of DVD to decrypted VOB using DVD Decrypter
- Click button Open Files
- Navigate to the VIDEO_TS subfolder of the directory that holds the DVD’s decrypted VOB files.
- Click button Re-Author
- Drag titles from the right-hand pane to the left-hand pane.
- To trim: on left-hand pane items, right-click and click Set Start/End Frames…
- Set the beginning and ending frames of the segment that you want to keep.
- Click button Backup!
- File >> Open DVD. Find your IFO file made when you trimmed the VOBs
- Select the streams you want to include, click Flask this DVD!
- Options >> Global Project Options
- Video tab
- Frame Size – This dictated the output resolution of the video, as far as quality goes. It does not dictate the viewing size of the video, since this MPEG-1 video is locked in at 352 x 240 for viewing. What this means is that this setting controls video qulity only.
- Files tab – set the path and filename for output video.
- General Tab
- Compiling Time – you can compile the first n frames/seconds of the project, instead of the whole thing. Good for testing settings.
- Click OK
- Options >> Output Format Options
- Video Stream Settings tab – select MPEG-1 and leave the rest defaulted
- Program Stream Settings tab – select MPEG-1 and leave the rest defaulted
- Audio Stream Settings tab – lower Bit Rate to reduce final file size, and leave the rest defaulted
- Click OK
- Run… >> Start Conversion
- Click Start on the bbMPEG screen that pops
- When finished, click Ok on the bbMPEG screen
- Test your finished video (segment)
This post was written by Content Curator on October 27, 2006