I will try your solutions, I also have a fixed IP address on my desktop with all of my shared drives, see my new post at Network view from diff sys,should they be the same drive share issue - Windows 10 Forums I've have a similar issue with my Win10 clean install and tried just about everything I have been able to find.I will try your solutions, I also have a fixed IP address on my desktop with all of my shared drives, see my new post at Network view from diff sys,should they be the same drive share issue - Windows 10 Forums Here's the solution to one of your problem I think, look at these 2 links you will find the solution it worked for me: Synology Forum View topic - Windows 10 Version 1511 and SMB3 Cannot connect to CIFS / SMB / Samba Network Shares Shared Folders in Windows 10 after update 1511/10586 I'm unable to connect to a shared folder on a computer running Windows10 from another computer running Windows10, and this shared folder has permissions open for everyone.DVD1 Western Europe Andorra, Belgium, France, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Ireland, Luxemburg, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal (incl. Canary Isles) DVD2 - Middle Europe / Central Europe Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republik, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Netherlands, San Marino, Switzerland, Slovenia, Vatican City, MRE DVD3 - Eastern Europe Bulgaria, Belarus, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Poland , Romania, Russia, Sweden, Slovakia TORRENT - atomantmk [ 1] , srots [ 1] , Mickey Mouse [ 1] , Twoone [ 1] , jimi [ 1] , mall [ 1] , cursor [ 1] , fumantwo [ 1] , benyclaudiu [ 1] , Jynkky [ 1] , bmwcoder75 [ 1] , dabidek [ 1] , myfirst1er [ 1] , DJenka [ 1] RESUME: 1.) Open TXT file: copy and paste (i use BITTORENT) go to DATA and the open TORRENT from URL paste the copied magnet link.
After re-sharing everything and creating 100% matching user accounts, trying both the host and guest PC names as the Domain for the login username, and still not being able to access the shares, I finally tried the IP address of the host rather than the computer name to access the share, e.g. Oddly if I Remote Desktop to the host I can connect using the computer name.All I get it the network password prompt as posted in post #7 of this thread, I've tried all my network passwords including the user; administrator, nothing works ?I'm unable to connect to a shared folder on a computer running Windows10 from another computer running Windows10, and this shared folder has permissions open for everyone. I see from my logonscript logging that the script has ran successfuly and that the commands for mapping drives resutled in RC 0. When I execute the logonscript manually again (via Run) the drives show up.This only occurs on one of the servers and I also notice that it is related to the roaming profile: when I deactivate the roaming profile GPO (and logon with a local profile) there is no issue. It is just puzzling why this only occurs on one of the servers. Is there a way to solve this without having to recreate a profile cfr Evgeniy's reply? Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site."net use" shows the drives are mapped correctly and they can see them in File Open dialogs in other applications. The current workaround we have is to kill Windows Explorer and then immediately start it again, then they do reliably appear. UPDATE: Still seeing this problem on some of our PCs.We're in the habit now of checking for any foreign DLLs being loaded into (Novell, Roxio, etc) and removing them, and making sure the PCs/users are in the correct OUs.Make sure the "Domain" section reflects the name of your computer. Windows XP SP3 I have one computer in my domain that will not show the mapped drives set up through group policy.Perhaps by then I'll have figured out how to access my Homegroup.... They might be able to make their OS nice and neat but Microsoft's approach to networking seems a little unreliable and complicated when it breaks....I've have a similar issue with my Win10 clean install and tried just about everything I have been able to find.