Windows 10: Network share has no permission in Win10, but has in Win7

  1.    16 Mar 2017 #1

    Network share has no permission in Win10, but has in Win7


    I recently changed my work computer from a Win7 to a Win10 computer. All our network shares are kept on one old Win2K3 server (I know old, but I'm not in charge of upgrading that).

    From my Win10 computer I cannot access two network shares out of several needed. The error says that I don't have any permissions. At the same time I can access them from my Win7 computer.

    I checked a few suggestions from google (turn on network discovery, file sharing - on, pasword protected sharing, ...) no luck. Most of the suggestions found are for a scenario where I couldn't access any network shares. But this is not the case. Only two are giving me trouble. Even the way permission is granted is the same for all shares - a Security Group in our AD. I also tried changing AllowInsecureGuestAuth in the registry - nothing.

    It was fine till some updates got installed. I've uninstalled them (except KB3211320, which cannot be uninstalled) of them and it worked for a while. Till the next updates (which were only for MS Office and not for Windows).

    Any ideas?
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    16 Mar 2017 #2

    Welcome to the forum. When you updated did the PC get added to the domain are you logging in with local or ms account?
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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