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       #1

    Windows 10 Enterprise


    Hi,

    I have some problem with using Hyper-V on Windows 10 Enterprise. I did new virtual machine which use also Windows 10 Enterprise. On VM I've switched off Firewall and made permissions for the remote access. When I tried to connect to VM with using standard file browser by the address \\pcvmname\c$, I inputted correct credentials, but I've message, Access Denied.
    What interesting thing, I tried to did like steps for the VM with using Server 2012 R2, everything work correct.

    What is specific options of the Windows 10, which can blocked access?

    Thanks!
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    Hi there

    You need to access C not C$. The '$' suffix is a system use one. Ensure on the VM the actual C (and any others) drive is shared as well so you can get access.

    You'll probably need initially to logon locally to set the permissions although it possibly can be done with some type of remote script (outside my area of expertise though)

    Here I'm on a Linux machine wanting to access Windows - C drive access OK (need user / password) but C$ access denied.

    Windows 10 Enterprise-snapshot6.png

    Cheers
    jimbo
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    jimbo45 said:
    Hi there

    You need to access C not C$. The '$' suffix is a system use one. Ensure on the VM the actual C (and any others) drive is shared as well so you can get access.

    You'll probably need initially to logon locally to set the permissions although it possibly can be done with some type of remote script (outside my area of expertise though)

    Here I'm on a Linux machine wanting to access Windows - C drive access OK (need user / password) but C$ access denied.

    Windows 10 Enterprise-snapshot6.png

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Hi,
    Thanks!
    I will check it. But, disk C is not shared, and I use suffix $ in order to look the context.
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    voxron said:
    Hi,
    Thanks!
    I will check it. But, disk C is not shared, and I use suffix $ in order to look the context.
    I've checked it. Still not working. Windows 10 Enterprise-2016-11-10-12_53_27-windows-security.png
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       #5

    Shares with the $ suffix are administrative shares. To access them you must use an elevated admin account on the computer in question. This is not changeable.
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  6. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
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    LMiller7 said:
    Shares with the $ suffix are administrative shares. To access them you must use an elevated admin account on the computer in question. This is not changeable.
    Hi there

    Agreed --

    That's why I suggested using the Unsuffixed ones -- that way ordinary users can access the shares.
    Remember also on a VM a user can have access or an account even though they don't have one on the Host system - this is a good way of running a multi-user SERVER as a VM even on a Host single user Windows 10 computer --I'm testing a NAS as a VM -- running Linux --works fine !!!.

    Note you must enable the relevant HDD's as SHARED and you can set password / only users having an account on the machine can access the shares. You might need to access also as \\server\user\C or \\IPaddr\user\server. For LOCAL (i.e on the same LAN) usually just USER is enough to access and you should get prompt for password.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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