Home network between vista machines

I followed all the instructions of several textbooks on the subject to get 2 PC to talk about a task force private using Vista Home...   In fact at some point these PC 2 connect...

Using the control panel > network > network sharing Panel...  I implemented the 2 PCs so no permissions are required to communicate to ove my home wireless network...

AND when I "View Full Network", I see the PC machine most my Windows 7 2.

BUT whne I just go to the "network" I only see my native machine on the Local network. AND if I try to map a network drive the other PS are NOT recognized.

How to solve what is blocking the connection?

Is there a list of things to check or "ping"?

The question, is my new DSL AT & T Wireless and router?  Blocking of communication between computers?

For hours on this "simple"... problem

Thank you

AT & T

IT FIXED!

Naughty NORTON SEURITY!  blocked me.

Norton could see my 3 PCs...  But there they were 'protected' (isloated)

I changed their 'TRUST' and bingo!  SCP could communicate and share files!

Thanks for any suggestions...  I'll make my own list of quick steps MORE these reference files

Jay BanjoNerd

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