All computers should be in the same workgroup for computer browsing to function properly. I suspect this is the issue. From the list of users, look for a user called Everyone. I have searched so many sites for an answer to this problem and nothing helped. If you receive the error 'The system cannot find the drive specified', proceed to the next step. I have done a system disc repair with the installation disc on this computer. Additionally the new computer can access shared folders on a Windows 7 computer but is not able to access shares on another Windows 8 computer.
I thought at first it was the firewall, but no settings helped and even disabling it did nothing. But for some reason, the Win10 machine can see only a few of the machines on the network and cannot connect to any of them, seen or unseen. It is a Western Digital MyBook Live. They have just added a Windows 10 Home computer to the network. I struggled quite a bit with this problem.
There are various issues discussed in this thread pertaining to network issues. My Win 10 tablet v1607 Build 14393. I kept checking this along the way. So, this worked for me, just search 'settings', then in the settings search box, 'features', select 'Turn Windows features on or off' it's towards the bottom of the list. So my guess it I the updates.
Could see and access the laptop share from the other pcs but couldn't access them through the share on the laptop. To try to identify and resolve network problems, click Diagnose. I've spent hours on this today and you likely saved me many more frustrated hours. I created an account just to post it, hope it helps someone else too. Make sure you are doing this from an administrator account as clicking the Edit button requires administrative privileges. I can successfully ping the Windows 8 machine from the new Windows 10 machine.
Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network. In most cases, doing this should solve the issue. Summary - All four v1703 Build 15063. Now it will be visible, until you make it hidden. Please help with this issue, i have tried majority of the methods to fix this but nothing works, its like the network feature doesn't even exists on my windows now as it is not being discovered anywhere. In addition, about the network discovery issue, I cannot agree with you.
The red cross is then gone in Explorer. Here, you will see the Network and Sharing Center. This is the correct way to share a folder, drive or printer to your network computers. I went back to the admin account and it was gone. No idea what's going on with it. Makes no sense to me why Windows would require local machine credentials to access another machine on a network but it does.
Enjoying Microsoft 365 PowerShell and modern workplace topics since 2014. Have tried a couple of other suggestions from around the 'net but to no avail, including checking windows client was installed and a registry check. Simply enter it in the address bar and you will the be in your hub Enter your user name and password for advanced and check as per screenshot. I ran the Network Discovery command line and restarted, bit it drops back to off in advanced sharing settings. Unfortunately this wasn't working on this computer. If you have a computer question - or even a computer problem that needs fixing - so that I can write more articles like this one.
Great news then, thanks for your feedback. If not, then just continue. Normally, Access Denied Network Error comes because of some kind of network related permission problem. Alternatively see this and explore the site. We have a dedicated and devoted team of professional writers with multi-dimensional experience of several years.