I am having trouble with seeing the network map. I get the following error :
’ Windows cannot create the network map. Responses from other devices on the network are delayed or there is an incompatible router on the network. ’
Without Comodo installed, I see the network fine.
With Comodo installed but disabled, I still cannot map the network.
Also, if you can see the network, did you do anything special with your settings?
I have windows 7 and my gateway router is a Linksys WRT600N (and there are no newer firmware updates for the router)
I played a bit with it here on Win 7. It won’t draw the map even when I disable the Firewall temporarily.
The Windows Help gave the following:
[quote]This can occur for the following reasons:
A computer or device on the network restarted during the mapping process. To fix this problem, wait for the computer or device to finish starting, and then refresh the network map by pressing F5.
Your computer is connected to a wireless network and the wireless signal quality is poor or intermittent. To fix this problem, move your computer closer to the wireless router or access point.
A device on the network, such as a hub or switch, is not working properly or is not compatible with the Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) protocol, which Windows uses to create the map. To fix this problem, disable the device, turn it off, or remove it from your network.
Responses from other devices on the network are delayed or there is an incompatible router on the network. If responses are delayed, try waiting a few minutes and then refreshing the network map by pressing F5. If a router is incompatible, try disabling the router, turning it off, or removing it from your network.[quote]
Odd thing is I have seen the map with Vista in the past. I see no alerts of blocked traffic in the logs. Odd. ???
Anybody know of a solution for this in Win7-64 and Win7-32 ??
Upto now I must have tried everything (I guess).
LAN network zone 192.168.0.x is trusted zone and open for system and all apps on both pc’s.
router assigns IP in range 192.168.0.x correctly to all connected
Both pc’s have comodo CIS 4.1.150349.920 installed
win7-64 connected to DLink DIR635 revB1, FW 2.33EU (router WAN is connected to modem)
win7-32 connected to router via switch DLink DES1008D rev G2
windows firewall disabled on all pc’s
Cannot create network map on my win7-64 (win7-32 switched off)
Switched on win7-32 => none of both could create the network map, file sharing etc works fine
Disabled comodo on win7-32 => same as 2
exited comodo on win7-32 => same as 2
exited comodo on win7-64 => same as 2
uninstalled comodo on win7-32, restarted win7-32 => BOTH pc’s CAN create network map
reinstalled comodo on win7-32 and configured trusted zone => no network map on both pc’s
8 ) still file sharing etc works fine
switched off win7-32 => no creation of network map on win7-64
on winvista-64 and winvista-32 network mapping was no prob
I did notice too that disabling the firewall does NOT always really disable the firewall, even exiting comodo does NOT stop the firewall behaviour of comodo => some comodo service that keeps running with “old” settings? Only solution: uninstall comodo.
Same issue here. Win7 64 Ultimate. Contemplating reverting to older version of CIS Firewall. Its either that, or creating a multitude of mapped drives…
I can only see mapped drives and the local machine under “Network” when using Windows Explorer. After I connect to another machine, it shows up in the list, but the list no longer updates. In other words, if I have 3 networked computers, I have to generate 3 Explorer windows to view their contents (unless, again, I have already set up mapped drives).
I thought my router and/or OS was messing up until I came across this forum thread.