I have 3 laptops and one desktop at home. The 3 laptops all have Windows 98 SE installed on them, while the desktop got XP (Pro) installed. These machines are all interconnected with a router + 4ports switch, they all have unique computer names and are connected to a single workgroup called thuisnet.lan. Attached is a table with OS'es, computernames and Firewalls. When I share folders on the network, I can read/move/delete/modify data from my XP machine to Windows 98 just fine, all works and with good speed. But when going from one of the 98 machines to XP, it always needs a password, when I enter the admin password of the XP machine, it doesn't accept it. I have setup McAfee to accept all IP's on my network as trusted and therefore should not apply firewall rules to it. I even disabled the firewall and it still doesn't work. How can I setup Windows XP to accept incoming requests for sharing files/folders/printers without asking for a password?