No access to Win 10 folders from networked Win 7 PC or Win 7 Laptop

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  1. Ztruker's Avatar
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    mb300e said: View Post
    Hmmm... interesting I think,

    From the Win 7 desktop:

    Net view \\DESKTOP returned a system error 53, the network path was not found.
    Net view \\KFWSERVER was the same.

    The Win 7 Laptop gave the same results.

    I could still connect to both Win 7 devices from the Win 10 laptop.
    You can't use the names of my systems, you need to use the names returned from a net view command.

    What does net view from the Win 7 computers show you?
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       #22

    Oops, I misunderstood. I'll do it again this morning. I assume I need to use the device names of the ones I run the command on? Correct?
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       #23

    Ztruker said: View Post
    You can't use the names of my systems, you need to use the names returned from a net view command.
    What does net view from the Win 7 computers show you?
    Oops, my mistake.
    While I was at it I ran it from all three devices and got the following results:

    Win 7 PC:
    \\EPSON008772
    \\EPSON 837
    Both are printers.

    Win 7 Laptop:
    There are no entries in the list.

    Win 10 Laptop
    There are no entries in the list, but I can connect to both Win 7 devices.
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       #24

    Samuria said: View Post
    Can you connect via IP instead of name?
    I tried mapping from Win 7 PC to Win 10 Laptop by IP and Name, both failed but I can access the other direction Win 7 PC from WIn 10 Laptop.
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    mb300e said: View Post
    I tried mapping from Win 7 PC to Win 10 Laptop by IP and Name, both failed but I can access the other direction Win 7 PC from WIn 10 Laptop.
    You can try and check if SMB1 is enabled on your WIn10 PCs. Without that shares simply don't work at all for me, because the Computer Browser is tied to the SMB1 components of Win10.
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    salazfan said: View Post
    You can try and check if SMB1 is enabled on your WIn10 PCs. Without that shares simply don't work at all for me, because the Computer Browser is tied to the SMB1 components of Win10.
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       #27

    mb300e said: View Post
    I could if you would enlighten me.
    Sure, the tutorial for that is right here on the forums:
    Enable or Disable SMB1 File Sharing Protocol in Windows | Tutorials
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       #28

    salazfan said: View Post
    Sure, the tutorial for that is right here on the forums:
    Enable or Disable SMB1 File Sharing Protocol in Windows | Tutorials
    Thanks for the post, I will read it through.

    This nonsense started about a month ago after one of Micronuts famous updates.
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  9.    #29

    Post 24 you dont seem to connecting to a share just the ip you need to add the sharename ie \\192.168.1.20\d$
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    Samuria said: View Post
    Post 24 you dont seem to connecting to a share just the ip you need to add the sharename ie \\192.168.1.20\d$
    I'll try it again as you said with the \d$ at the end.
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