'Network Error', 'Windows cannot access... You do not have permission.

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  1. Posts : 177
    Windows 10 Pro
       #11

    flhthemi said:
    I can by IP or by it's network name just not via Explorer. The computer is there but no permission as you can see in my previous post from the picture. It's STILL the same and has not resolved itself.

    I'm thinking about removing the nvme SSD card and tossing in a 2.5 SSD and fresh install of Windows just to see what happens when there's no Dell bloatware.
    I'm sorry to read that you're still having this issue. Why don't you just refresh Windows instead of doing a clean install? You'll still need to reinstall applications afterwards, however it's a much less radical solution than formatting system partition.
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  2. Posts : 253
    Windows 10 Pro
       #12

    ksio89 said:
    I'm sorry to read that you're still having this issue. Why don't you just refresh Windows instead of doing a clean install? You'll still need to reinstall applications afterwards, however it's a much less radical solution than formatting system partition.
    If I refresh, I'll still have all the bloatware from Dell....I really think that's what the problem is. But, I have also found that this Optiplex 3070 will only boot from the nvme. Read that on Dells support site somewhere. So that rules out removing it and tossing in a 2.5 SSD and installing Wndoz.

    Thought about a network reset too...might do that first.

    EDIT: Network reset was a failure also reset the firewall after that and that didn't help either. I reset the firewall because when I ran the trouble shooter it keeps telling me there is an issue but it can't automatically fix it but gives be no USABLE info about what is wrong.

    This is the only PC I have not been able to configure to work properly on my network and I'm sorry I bought the dern thing.
    Last edited by flhthemi; 10 Jul 2020 at 10:43.
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  3. Posts : 253
    Windows 10 Pro
       #13

    Well I took out the nvme SSD, tossed in a 2.5 SSD did a custom install of Win 10 and I had NO issues accessing the PC. So I took the 2.5 SSD back out an reinstalled the nvme and did a Windows Reset and it's fixed. So I suppose something got hosed up when I initially setup sharing on it. Working like a champ now!
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  4. Posts : 2
    Windows 11
       #14

    Try changing the registry entry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa restrictanonymous from 1 to 0 and reboot, worked for me on W11.

    Source:
    Windows cannot access \\KEN-PC, yet \\KEN-PC\SharedFolder works
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