Windows 10 2004 - Access network share folder

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I've the following configuration (in a couple of customers):

n. 1 Windows 10 2004 version and n. 1 Windows 10 1909

Both of the client have the same user and password, administrators on both of the systems.

The folder on second client is shared to everyone (read/write).

 

Before the 1st client ugrade it could access to second client network share without be prompted for user/password.

After 2004 upgrade when the first client try to access to second (\\client2)  is prompted to insert user and password. I insert the credentials and I can connect (and I save them).

After the reboot of client1 and I try again it ask again for credentials.

Even if I store the credentials in credentials manager after the reboot they aren't anymore in control panel.

 

Any help?

 

Thanks and regards

 

Luca

 

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