Windows 10: Mapping network drive fails
Mapping network drive fails
My wife and I have our computers networked to each other, until recently there were no problems, she asked to print some photos for her, told me where they were, so I went to the S: drive (her mapped drive) and up popped a window asking to enter network credentials. This is new, my password doesn't work, her password doesn't work.
There have been two upgrades to Windows over the past few days, have they added new security measures, how do I get around this?
make it simple set up your account on her pc same username and password by default winos passes the details your logged in with
Wish it was simple, her computer is a hand be down from me, my account is still on her computer...
Oops, just logged into my wife’s computer and discovered that my user named changed in W10 to my Google email account (don’t remember why). So mapping to her computer worked just fine using my original user name. This doesn’t explain why it quit working after one of the last W10 updates, but I can now print her pictures!
Oops, just logged into my wifeís computer and discovered that my user named changed in W10 to my Google email account (donít remember why). So mapping to her computer worked just fine using my original user name. This doesnít explain why it quit working after one of the last W10 updates, but I can now print her pictures!
Using Windows 10 built-in backup settings, I set it to do automatic system backups to my WD MyCloud network drive.
The backup works for about a week and then I get error messages "Your History File Drive was Disconnected..." and it will never...
I currently connect to our office server by way of an installed certificate onto my PC and then using a VPN which is first established before I can map a shared drive and work with the files stores there.
Is there a easier way of doing...
Going to make this short and to the point.
I am on windows 10, tried to map my NAS using map network drive but says "Windows cannot access \\Nas102
check spelling or might be problem with your network. Next, I tried to map a specific folder...
Starting with the Redstone insider previews, my HP mediasmart home server works for automatic backups, and I can open the server console to manage the server.
But it is impossible to map a folder on the WHS to a drive.; none of the shared...
:( Has anyone found any fixes for the several problems with network mapping?