File and Print sharing is on for domain connections and the Windows Firewall is off. I've tried the registry fix, removing the non-working machine from its HomeGroup, but nothing has worked. Here I assume that you have another account with admin privileges. Now create a new account on your computer with Administrative privileges. Being unable to access this administrative share is preventing me from deploying my antivirus and other software.
Keep i mind share is accessible using short server name. Once installed, I wanted to access D drive where I store all my family photos and videos. Check if you can access the admin shares from another computer. Check the security and permission settings of the shares and ensure the user on the problematic computer have the permission to access the share. Folder permission is Full for a group all but one of the tested users are members of. You might not have permission to use this network resource.
Hi, I am having a different concern. Why is this happenning and how can I correct it? Select the Security Tab in the displayed properties sheet. Local accounts are at high risk for credential theft when the same account and password is configured on multiple systems. Microsoft info: Thanks Stephan, this worked great! The first time I am connecting to the Win7 administrative share, I am prompted for the username and password but the next time, I am no longer asked for any security and get straight in. General Discussion hello, Today I tried looking into some folders, one of which was Documents and Settings, but couldn't get access. The firewall is disabled in the Domain profile which is the connected profile.
They are only idiot responses pasted out by automated scripts. Bob I do have access to the machine's shares - and, at that, because the passwords are the same, I think I'm getting in with my plain windows credentials, not even credentials from the vault. Can you please help me with this. Zachery, I am experiencing the same thing. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact.
I happily provided it with my credentials, which happened to be the only user on the Windows 10 machine and also happened to be an admin account. However, an issue arises when you have two Windows 10 computers in a workgroup. I am losing months on this because I think I can type in the password. Second, make sure that File and Printer Sharing is enabled through your firewall for the correct profile. Signed, Afflicted by same troublesome environment. Temporarily disable or remove all the security software firewall, anti-virus, anti-spyware, etc.
When he double clicks Quickbooks to get in he gets the message that he doesn't have admininstrator rights and yet his name is. Creating a domain trust is alot of unnecessary work for 6 users to access a file share. Hi All, Have you all checked if the policy was configured in your environment? Leave it blank if there is no password null. Check the and then check and They all should work. This is not a specific case - I just want to know how, even with. The actual permissions on a file share are a combination of Folder and Share permissions.
Shares on the same server with the same permissions are accessible using all three. You'll need to disable the Homegroup and use regular network sharing in your case. This is the error that gets generated on both the source and destination Windows 10 systems when I get access denied to the shares. I was about to make some backups from my laptop to my desktop, and have just been struggling for more than half an hour with connecting. The above answer is close but not quite right.
I've rebooted it 28 times today according to the Application log, not counting the times other techs of the user did today or previous days. I must also thank Helge Klein whose very informative post helped me understand the problem. In a corporate environment, it might make sense to get your administrative privileges back. Can someone point me in the right direction to solve this problem please? Rockn wrote: What are the share settings as far as access as well as the security settings? Can anyone point me to the right answer? Bob The accounts on the machines have the same name and the same password. I don't know what else to do. Please also check if this computer can access some other shares on the network. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact.
. On the other one, I cannot access anything. I have two Windows 10 machines and a Windows 8. Otherwise you will have to enable the legacy Administrator account. I get the same message as posted above. It does accepts and gets in.