Windows 10: Windows Security - Enter Network Credentials (ONLY CANCEL OPTION)
Windows Security - Enter Network Credentials (ONLY CANCEL OPTION)
Wondering if someone can offer some assistance, I have just done a clean install of Windows 10 Professional (July release) and I see a few things have changed, Like the start bar etc.
The issue I am having is that whenever I try connect to a network resource (im on a Workgroup and not a corporate LAN) I am getting the Windows Security - Enter Network Credentials box below however, I only have a cancel button and no place to actually fill in the credentials.
I am presuming its trying to use my Microsoft account to logon however, is this a bug?
if anyone can tell me how to solve this issue I would be so grateful
Pretty weird. Have you tried entering credentials via Control Panel/Credential Manager?
Username would be DISKSTATION\userid
Yup, tried that, no joy.
What i did do was create the network maps via cmd and put the username and password and that seemed to work for a little bit then stopped. I entered the credentials in Credentials manager and that seems to be working so far but I am not happy about that as it will fail soon. it is also an issue when trying to access any other network shares, may just do a restore of windows. :/
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