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Can't access Mac from PC after Mnt Lion update!?

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Subject describes the situation. I can access PCs from Mac and I can see the Mac in Windows Explorer (Win 7 Home), but when I click on the Mac and get the User ID and Password login in dialogue box, none of the valid configurations will allow access.

Worked fine before I updated to Mtn Lion.

Dont know what to do! Pls help. Thx!!
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