so, i have a problem that might be kaspersky related.. i have windows xp and windows 10 on my work network. some are protected by ksos3 and now i have downloaded and trying ksos5. normally, however you put it, either by a static ip or an ip by the router, everything should work fine. now, when you click on the network icon on win10 i see only the win10 pc and occasionally the xp ones. on the xp ones using ksos3 everything is still running normally but when i press show computers (network neighborhood )i get a "workgroup "x" is not accessible" message. when i press run->computer name-> folder, it does open... also i really CAN map the network drive with no problems... also at work we use a lot of MFP's including digital presses. i have the correct drivers for all of them. i ping them, see web status, print etc etc. when the MFP is used in reverse say to scan a document to a specific folder i can only get it to work for winxp. the win10 pc are not accesible..... the printer is actually a standalone pc scanning the network for other computers and shared folders. when using the "scan" function i get the "login error" to my network although the printer is working just fine.. when using the direct input say \\work-pc\user\test folder the printer scans but no file is created. had a similar issue like this with an old version of KIS when it tried to scan these ips and it constantly blocked them.. now, what can i try out?