Cannot access shared network drive

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  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #51

    dbur said:
    So I have found no resolution to this problem. Interestingly enough I can share copies of the folders on my Win 10 PC and access it from the other computer, but not the other way around.

    So why can my XP PC see shared folders on my Win10 PC but the Win10 PC can no longer log in to see shared files on the XP PC? Both have accounts with the same user and login.
    Try this fix

    How to solve Windows Credentials log-in error when networking - YouTube
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  2. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #52

    dbur said:
    So I have found no resolution to this problem. Interestingly enough I can share copies of the folders on my Win 10 PC and access it from the other computer, but not the other way around.

    So why can my XP PC see shared folders on my Win10 PC but the Win10 PC can no longer log in to see shared files on the XP PC? Both have accounts with the same user and login.
    Try this quick and easy fix

    How to solve Windows Credentials log-in error when networking - YouTube
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  3. Posts : 12
    W10 Pro 64bit
       #53

    My PCs are old, and run various OS's XP Pro up to W10 Pro
    I don't like logon passwords, so MS tells me to give up on networking unless I use Passwords.
    Also the inconsistencies when networking between the OS's have been exceedingly frustrating.
    I have now decided to ignore networking (win OS to Win OS) for file sharing.
    INSTEAD
    My router has provision for shoving a thumb drive into a USB slot.
    I had tried using that for file sharing in the past, but had torn out my remaining hair with the delays/stutterings and inconsistencies in trying to get Windows Explorer (etc) to 'see' the folders on the thumb drive.
    UNTIL
    I discovered this
    EF Commander Free
    EF Commander Free Download

    I have it installed on all of my PCs, and have the left panel always pointing to my Thumb Drive
    It is lightning fast for loading , and never has trouble 'seeing' the thumb drive
    I am never going back to win to win file sharing.

    My hair is growing back,
    Rob

    PS I have a text file in the main directory on the thumb drive, where I transfer text for clipboard'ing
    I will soon write a VB6 program that will reside on the Thumb drive, to grab clipboard on one PC, and put into clipboard on the other PC.
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  4. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 Home
       #54

    Hi the problem occurs whenthe userlogged in toWindows10(after thelastbigupdate)tries toconnect toshared folders onWindows versionsearlier than10or shared"NAS"orLINUX folders

    PLEASE HELP US!!



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  5. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #55

    RenatoHS said:
    Hi the problem occurs whenthe userlogged in toWindows10(after thelastbigupdate)tries toconnect toshared folders onWindows versionsearlier than10or shared"NAS"orLINUX folders

    PLEASE HELP US!!



    You can also run this command in the command prompt as the Administrator.

    sc.exe config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/nsi

    Next run this one.

    sc.exe config mrxsmb20 start= disabled

    Then reboot.
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  6. Posts : 9
    Win10
       #56

    zen10 said:
    I created an account just to share this, which might help... hopefully.

    So at my work, we were experiencing networking problems with the new windows 10 computers. We couldn't get them to connect to our work server where we keep the majority of our work files and data. When logging in with the correct username and password it would say the credentials were invalid. However adding a registry key fixed the issue!

    In HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa\ right click and add a new DWORD value, name it " LMCompatibilityLevel ", and change the value to 1 (screenshot below of what it should look like). I hope this helps you!


    Attachment 85365

    [Link for reference to issue: NTLMv2 Secure Authentication method]
    thank you zen10!!!! i just spent 4 days on the net, banging my head against walls trying to get my Win10 x64 PC to see the Win7 x64 PC. I could see drives one way, but not the other (from the Win10 to Win7 was "cannot connect...".) It worked for months then one day last week just stopped working. All i can think of is that the automatic Win10 updates (that we no longer have any control over) just caused the problem. I did all the usual checks of DNS flushing, all the sharing "Everyone" stuff. It was all already done as they were previously sharing a week ago of course, so nothing on the net helped. You fixed it! i just created an account here to thank you personally. Appreciate your post very much!

    Cheers,
    Blackout
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  7. Posts : 1
    Win 10 Pro
       #57

    Helping a friend out,
    4 Windows 10 computers (lets say A, B, C and D) on the same network under WORKGROUP. 1 computer (A)has a sharedfolder accessable from the other 3 computers. One of the 3 computers where replaced with a new one Win 10.
    Now the strange thing:
    the new computer can ping (A) but not access the shared folder unless the firewall is off on computer (A).
    The two other computers can reach the shared folder without problem as before.
    Checking the properties of the shared folders it is set as early mentioned with read/write access for everyone.
    Dont know how to get around this problem. Checked firewall settings on (A) where 445 port is open for private network believe that is the port for smb.
    Only other thing i can think of is that the new computer has a netbios name with - ex. New-pc
    From all computers under explorer network all computers are visible.
    (A) can connect to new computer after typning user and password.
    Any input would be apreciated
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  8. Posts : 540
    W10
       #58

    One of the 3 computers where replaced with a new one Win 10.

    Try enabling the Windows features: SMB 1.0/CIFS Sharing Support
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  9. Posts : 1
    Win 7 Win 10
       #59

    Well. I have a Desktop with Win 7 Enterprise Edition and 6 fysical HDD. I can connect to all from my Windows 10 laptop except to the H drive.
    I have tried all kind of things, but, although the H drive is configured exactly as the D, F, G, V drives, I always get the permission message when I try to open the H drive.

    No idea what goes wrong.

    Anyone ?
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