Windows 10: Unable to browse network share if signed into Microsoft account
Unable to browse network share if signed into Microsoft account
I am having a problem with network share
I am unable to browse network share of another computer if I signed into Microsoft account
If I sign into a local account, then I can browse another computer network share folders.
How to fix this?
I have 3 computers, Desktop running Win 10 Pro X64 using a local account, Webserver running Windows 7 Pro X64 and my Laptop running Windows 10 Pro X64 using a Microsoft Account.
I was having the same problem. I opened Credential Manager, clicked on Windows Credentials then added a new credential.
In Internet or Network address I put Desktop (the name of the computer)
In User name I put the name of my local user account on Desktop
In password I put the password for that account
Now I can browse all shares on Desktop. Did the same for Webserver.
Edit: I just tried copying some files from my Laptop to my Desktop from the Desktop and it failed, access denied, invalid password. I had setup a credential on my Desktop for the Laptop Microsoft Account but messed up the password, thus the error. Corrected the password in the credential and it works great again.
Last edited by Ztruker; 25 Apr 2016 at 18:41.
i will give this a try and report back.
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