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  1. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
    Thread Starter
       #11

    I found the problem is definitely with windows 10. I rebooted into Windows 10 Home build 17134.228 (Forgot this is a dual boot system) and when I tried to connect to \\readyshare\USB_Storage, it connected without any problems. I'm guessing that it's a setting or a Windows update that is causing the problem. The Desktop when running Windows 10 Pro FCU wont connect but when running Windows 10 home Build 17134.228 it connects with no problems. The laptop is running Windows 10 Home Insider Skip Ahead Build and will not connect. I just need to find out why. Thursday I'm going to replace my main desktop that died the other day. I hope I don't have this problem setting it up. I didn't mention it but I did try with my security program (Eset Security Suite) disabled and that didn't work either,
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  2. Posts : 1,471
    Win10 Home x64 - 1809
       #12

    I found the problem is definitely with windows 10. I rebooted into Windows 10 Home build 17134.228 (Forgot this is a dual boot system) and when I tried to connect to \\readyshare\USB_Storage, it connected without any problems. I'm guessing that it's a setting or a Windows update that is causing the problem. The Desktop when running Windows 10 Pro FCU wont connect but when running Windows 10 home Build 17134.228 it connects with no problems. The laptop is running Windows 10 Home Insider Skip Ahead Build and will not connect. I just need to find out why. Thursday I'm going to replace my main desktop that died the other day. I hope I don't have this problem setting it up. I didn't mention it but I did try with my security program (Eset Security Suite) disabled and that didn't work either,
    Glad to hear you've narrowed it down to what seems is a Win10 Pro issue. As far as any Insider builds, who knows.

    This might help if you need to compare settings between PC's...

    Note: The following script ....
    1. Makes NO changes to your PC
    2. It creates a .txt file on your Desktop (Assumes your Desktop Folder has NOT been moved)

    Open PowerShell as Admin. Copy/Paste the following, making sure to hit enter after the last line.

    $(
    write-output "CHECKING LANMAN/TCPIP/SMB FOR COMPUTER $($env:computername) @ $(get-date -format g)"
    write-output "==============="
    write-output "LANMAN SERVER"
    write-output "==============="
    Get-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters
    write-output "==============="
    write-output "LANMAN WORKSTATION"
    write-output "==============="
    Get-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters
    write-output "==============="
    write-output "TCPIP4"
    write-output "==============="
    Get-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters
    write-output "==============="
    write-output "TCPIP6"
    write-output "==============="
    Get-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip6\Parameters
    write-output "==============="
    write-output "SMB CLIENT CONFIGURATION"
    write-output "==============="
    Get-SmbClientConfiguration
    write-output "==============="
    write-output "SMB SERVER CONFIGURATION"
    write-output "==============="
    Get-SmbServerConfiguration
    write-output "==============="
    write-output "SERVICE CHECK"
    write-output "==============="
    sc.exe query fdphost | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc fdphost | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query fdrespub | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc fdrespub | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query ssdpsrv | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc ssdpsrv | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query upnphost | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc upnphost | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query dhcp | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc dhcp | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query dnscache | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc dnscache | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query iphlpsvc | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc iphlpsvc | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query lmhosts | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc lmhosts | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query lanmanserver | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc lanmanserver | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    sc.exe query lanmanworkstation | FINDSTR "SERVICE_NAME STATE"
    sc.exe qc lanmanworkstation | FINDSTR "START_TYPE"
    write-output "==============="
    write-output "IPCONFIG ALL"
    write-output "==============="
    ipconfig /all
    ) > "$($env:userprofile)\Desktop\$env:computername-LANMAN-TCPIP-SMB-CHECK.txt"
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  3. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
    Thread Starter
       #13

    I'm definitely tired, my desktop is running the April update not the FCU.
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  4. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
    Thread Starter
       #14

    Windows 10 file sharing really has me confused. On my desktop If I type \\readyshare\USB_Storage in the Run box I get the can't find error. If I type \\192.168.1.1\readyshare\USB_Storage in the Run box I get the can't find error. If I type \\192.168.1.1 in the Run box File Explorer opens showing the USB_Storage folder and allows me to open all the files and folders. After a restart on my laptop Map Network Drive works again.
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  5. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
    Thread Starter
       #15

    I think I deleted my last post while trying to do a edit. I'm on my phone and it's different than on my computer. I solved my problem by using a April update ISO I had on a flash drive. I know some changes were made because once the computer restarted I got a message about Home Group being removed. When I entered \\readyshare\USB_Storage the address was recognized and I now have a S drive listed in File Explorer. I want to thank you for your help. I don't see the option to mark the thread as solved so I'll mark it when I get home.
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  6. Posts : 1
    win 10
       #16

    Winuser said:
    I was having a problem keeping a wireless connection to the \\readyshare on a desktop that originally had a direct connection. I deleted the HDD from the router so I could start from scratch and now I can't connect to \\readyshare with any of my computers including my laptop that never had a problem. I have check all the settings that are suggested on other post on this forum. File Sharing is set, SMB 1.0 is turned on and the 2 Funtion Sharings are set to Auto. I can access the router in file explorer. Every time I try connecting I get the error that \\readyshare can't be found. Is there another setting I can try or is the problem with my router? This has been a bad week for me. The other day my main desktop died and I'm trying to setup my old desktop which is how I found out that \\readyshare can't be accessed.
    i have figured it out i had the same problem i fixed it by folowing this How to access files on network devices using SMBv1 on Windows 10 | Windows Central
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