To enable File and Printer Sharing, go to the Control Panel, then Network Connections, right-click on Local Area Connection, and choose Properties. When the machines were removed from Group Policy I did disable the firewall completely with no luck there either. Thanks for the suggestion linw. For a year this network has worked just fine, plug and play basically when I set it up, now after Christmas. Look for the change in File Manager.
Next to Workgroup, you will see the workgroup name. I spent several hours on the phone with Mircosoft support and they could not resolved the problem and ultimately 'punted' by suggesting that I should wait for future updates which may or may not resolve the issue. This will most likely remedy your issue as it did for me. Over time I've noticed that we can't see all the computers on the domain. You can check the service by clicking on Start, typing in services. In the command prompt, type in ping x.
I hope there will be a fix for this a. This is what worked for me: Open the services menu by clicking start and then typing 'services. 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. So apparently we have a total mystery to Microsoft support and everyone else. If not I wish you all the best.
I would still hope someone can weigh in with a proper fix for the network discovery or whatever it is that's broken. Other network printer shows up ok. You can now simply connect through your Microsoft Account email address across devices. Hi Everyone, This seems to be a common problem but i can't seem to find a specific answer. When you open Explorer Network, enable network discovery when you are prompted. I don't think this is a permissions thing in that since however as I said the admin share is also unavailable when this happens. My continued searches took me to the link below.
After installing this build when enumerating devices in a network environment, the Win10 computer stops seeing the neighboring computers. On the left-hand side, click on Change advanced sharing settings. By default, it should be set to Manual Trigger Start and should be running. All Computers are in the same Workgroup or Homegroup The second thing that needs to happen in order for another computer on the network to show up in your My Network Places list is that all the computers have to be in the same workgroup, domain or homegroup. Good luck Robert Aldwinckle --- I realise that I am necroposting here but, as seems to happen surprisingly frequently these days, this looks to be one of those problems that has raised its head again when you would have hoped that it had been fixed once and for all. Hold Windows Key and Press R.
That worked, and mysteriously fixed the problem of connecting by name. You have to tell it which subnet to allow through the firewall or you have to uninstall it. Problem started with 1803 update. Also set Function Discovery Provider Host and Function Discovery Resource Publication to auto. Just Win10 the blind one? Found this answer that worked for me. I go to Explorer in Win 10 x64 Creative on all boxes.
If the fourth pc is off the others see the nas. As you say, there does appear to be a documented issue with Creators Update. All sharing and network discovery turned on. I'm wondering if the problem is still present after updating to the latest version 1511 Build 10586. By default, Windows does not allow the File and Printer Sharing service access through the firewall, so you have to manually allow access.
Originally i thought i'd installed a bad driver because i've had this working for as long as i knew my pc did it, but this was not the case. Note that if you have other firewall or Internet security software installed, it can also prevent Windows Networking features to function properly. Manually typing the name doesn't work gives me Unspecified Error 0x80004005 , and when I open the Network section in Windows Explorer it is not listed there. Here is link to website that walks you though the command prompt process. Use same ethernet port of working computer to test if your computer is not similar with the rest. After that, you need to restart the computer.
As we have had it occur suddenly across 3 sites in the last couple of weeks, we were wondering if anyone else had experienced the same issue. This service is responsible for building and maintaining a list of active computers on the network. Same workgroup, right access and windows with smbv1 to access samba Linux and not work. We don't know what happened, but suddenly none of the computers on the network can see the others. Probably around 6 months to allow us to complete the move to Dynamics. Sharing is the same throughout--Password protected by user, and I think everything else is the same.
Went out to command prompt as. I have 3 Laptops on my network and encountered this issue and have spent several days tweaking all sorts of settings and trying many solutions I saw online. No idea what's going on with it. You can then paste that link into an email message, or share it however you like. This is what worked for me. I have a secondary identical Windows 10 machine B that runs the application as well and connects to machine A via a shared folder. When I first set up the Windows 10 machines they could see all the other computes on the network after I turned on Network discovery.