Stefania and Vista

Windows Vista Resolved, Unresolved and Desesperate Issues

Vista Network Bridge and WET

If you’re on a Lan and you try to transfer file and setting using the marvellous and comfortable tool “Windows Easy Transfer”, be sure that the machines involved in this action are not part of a Network Bridge.

During the acknoledgment phase, with the key exchange between the two PC involved, the system hangs and the machines can’t communicate.
So, delete the bridge for the time WET needs to transfer infos, and then rebuild it….

If, by chance, you find some more evoluted solutions, let me know….

Windows Easy Transfer

Se cerchi di trasferire i files e la configurazione di Vista tra dua macchine Vista su una LAN, sii sicuro/a di disabilitare ogni Bridge di Rete che coinvolga le macchine impegnate da “Windows Easy Transfer”.

Durante la procedura di riconoscimento, nello specifico nella fase di scambio delle chiavi, il sistema si blocca ed un messaggio comunica l’impossibilità per le macchine di “trovarsi”.

Tutto funziona alla perfezione (o quasi) se viene cancellato momentaneamente il Bridge e ripristinato non appena WET abbia terminato il suo compito.
Se incappi in qualche soluzione più “progredita”, ti prego di farmelo sapere….

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December 22, 2006 - Posted by | Blogroll, Vista

1 Comment »

  1. Bush is forever saying that democracies do not invade other countries and start wars. Well, he did just that. He invaded Iraq, started a war, and killed people. What do you think? How does that work in a democracy again? How does being more threatening make us more likeable?Isn’t the country with
    the most weapons the biggest threat to the rest of the world? When one country is the biggest threat to the rest of the world, isn’t that likely to be the most hated country?
    What happened to us, people? When did we become such lemmings?
    The more people that the government puts in jails, the safer we are told to think we are. The real terrorists are wherever they are, but they aren’t living in a country with bars on the windows. We are.

    Comment by Antibush | February 14, 2007 | Reply


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