Correct would be “Switch between Public and Private network location type settings.” Changing the sharing settings works with WiFi and cable connections. check over here Commands: net use x: /delete net use x: \\servername\shared folder\public\ (replace the X: with your drive letter) I have not yet tried that, but will when the issue crops up again It's more likely a software firewall of some kind though. Can you access the Wind 10 PC from any of the Win 8? Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10
Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Build OS Win 10 Pro 64Bit CPU [email protected] 3.50 GHz Motherboard ASUS Memory 32 GB Graphics Card NVIDIA GTX 970 & GTX 650 Ti Still it would refuse to connect and gave the same error. Search or use up and down arrow keys to select an item. his comment is here When I played a little with the network location types, I found some confusing behavior of Windows 8.
what was I going to say again? Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 8 Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number I built the system OS Windows 10 Pro 64-bit CPU AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Motherboard ASRock 990FX Extreme9 (CPUSocket) Memory 16GB Graphics Card NVIDIA In XP by default the "network connection sharing" security option under local security policy is set to "guest".
I have seen this be a problem in windows 7. Any other messages are welcome.SendSending © 4sysops 2006 - 2016 Log in with your credentials or Create an account Sign in Remember me Lost your password? DHCP, or Gateway? 0 Poblano OP Adam the IT Man Jun 28, 2011 at 4:30 UTC The nslookup is correct for it. weblink Unable to browse domain or entire network Cannot browse network devices with Windows 7   1 2 Next ► 30 Replies Anaheim OP HeWhoLearns Jun 28, 2011 at
So if client1 is the one not working, and you can't go to \\server1 can you also not go to \\server2? 0 Poblano OP Adam the IT Man What did John Templeton mean when he said that the four most dangerous words in investing are: ‘this time it’s different'? It was loosing authentication to the network whenever the screen saver came on and the user would loose acess to the mapped drives. Forum New Posts FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Tutorial Index Tutorials Join Us Forum Windows 10 Forums Network and Sharing Cannot access shared network drive Page 1 of 6 123
Check your Services are Started on all PCs: COM+ Event System (for WZC issues) Computer Browser DHCP Client DNS Client Network Connections Network Location Awareness Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Server TCP/IP Resolution was in sight, but still not obvious. When I double-click on S4 I'm prompted to enter network credentials. "Enter your credentials to connect to: S4" I entered my logon S4 ID and password but it tells me that Check your connection to other resources on the network, such as internal Web sites.
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BUG, N times over. I can ping/RDP into the servers just fine. So \\documents and \\