Windows 10: W10 network works one way only (both PCs not visible)
W10 network works one way only (both PCs not visible)
Reader's Digest version: Both of us are on the same network through an Asus RT-AC56R router. Both are running Windows 10, fully patched, checked w/ Belarc. My network is visible to her system and public files accessible. Hers, and the usb printer on her PC are NOT visible at all to my side of the network. It's as though her system isn't on the network.
Every setting in network sharing matches. I've checked several times to be certain both PCs have the exact same Advanced Network Sharing settings.
I am also running Linux Mint 64-bit as a dual boot. Needless to say, networking using Linux is PERFECT. Any suggestions?
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