True. You need to add 2 more entries in the registry as shown:
Originally Posted by simple0
Creating the DWORD LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy was the method to enable hidden/default and administrative shares since Windows 7. However, in Windows 10, at least on my three computers, it doesn't work anymore. I create this DWORD by default on any new Windows installation, but in Windows 10, doesn't seem to be enough. The computers are visible on the network, but the hidden shares are not accessible. I'm very surprised it's working for you.
NOTE: You might also have to disable UAC
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00