03-15-2018 02:27 PM
03-15-2018 02:27 PM
I have two computers setup on a network. Both are running build 17120.1 64 bit. For some reason the second computer can't see my files or even my computer. Thanks.
03-21-2018 07:41 PM
03-21-2018 08:04 PM
From which computer do I do this? From the PC or the Laptop? The PC has all the files that are needing to be shared.
03-28-2018 05:48 AM
I have a problem very close to yours. I hope somebody sheds some light.
Starting with the build that eliminated Homegroups, I have been unable to share files and folder on my home network by any method. I've checked all the sharing options in the folders and in Windows Networking settings and don't see anything amiss. I did notice, however, that the services Lanman Server and Lanman Workstation (? not sure of the name) are now missing from the services list.
If anybody can confirm this is a bug, please do so! If this is just MY problem, it happened simultaneously on all four of my Win10 computers. All four see only my Win7 machine on the network, but Windows says I don't have permission to access it. My Win7 machine sees all of the computers, but gets the same "no permission" message when I try to access them.
03-28-2018 05:53 AM
I see both of these services running on my PC.
Windows 10 Pro Build 17133.1
03-29-2018 04:02 PM
03-29-2018 04:03 PM
Have you tried a clean install on any of your testing computers yet?
03-30-2018 04:31 AM
I have considered it, but the prospect of reinstalling all my programs has me procrastinating on that.
03-30-2018 04:36 AM
That was the very first bit of aggravation I came across when I started investigating this issue.
When I used Microsoft's chat feature to get help (twice), their own chat window worked poorly and the app they used to gain remote access to my computer failed. One of the agents insisted Windows 10 didn't support networking. I'd say there's more than one someone asleep at the switch.