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

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    mb300e said: View Post
    I'll try it again as you said with the \d$ at the end.
    It would not connect. I double checked the IP address, it was correct.
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    mb300e said: View Post
    Thanks for the post, I will read it through.
    This nonsense started about a month ago after one of Micronuts famous updates.
    I turned off SMB 1.0 including Client and Server, that made no difference
    I then turned on SMB 3 Direct but that made no difference at all.
    I have set them back to the way the were.
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  3.    #33

    Your post 31 you need to tick the bottom box then enter and admin username and password on the pc your connecting to not yours
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    Samuria said: View Post
    Your post 31 you need to tick the bottom box then enter and admin username and password on the pc your connecting to not yours
    This box?
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    mb300e said: View Post
    I turned off SMB 1.0 including Client and Server, that made no difference
    I then turned on SMB 3 Direct but that made no difference at all.
    I have set them back to the way the were.
    Well, I meant turning it on, but since it already was, you can probably scratch that.
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    Yes that box which will let you enter details
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    Samuria said: View Post
    Your post 31 you need to tick the bottom box then enter and admin username and password on the pc your connecting to not yours
    In: "Connect using different credentials" I need to use the password for the device I want to map to? Is that correct?
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    mb300e said: View Post
    In: "Connect using different credentials" I need to use the password for the device I want to map to? Is that correct?
    I used my login user name and password for the Win 10 laptop that I am trying to Map to but it failed to connect. hmmm...
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    mb300e said: View Post
    In: "Connect using different credentials" I need to use the password for the device I want to map to? Is that correct?
    I tried again using the method suggested but got an error message saying: The remote computer isn't responding to connections on port 445.
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    Your IP address is wrong. 192.168.18 is not a valid IP address. It has to be xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
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