Are you unable to see the other computer from the second computer? If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact Hi all. The Dell computer name change that I first performed must have been a problem and worked fine with the second name change. As a small business with 6 workstations, workgroups has been working fine, until this nonsense from Microsoft. At work they have a windows 10 station set up to share two printers to about 10 people. Just been searching for an answer to my constant Windows 10 network problems. This is not directly related to the topic of this thread, of not being able to see other machines on the local, non-domain network. I'll have to look into that when I get home.
Right click the network icon in the taskbar, select Open Network and Sharing Centre. Computers seem to lose and then sometimes regain connectivity at random. Have any suggestions or tips for helping with Windows 10 networking? The reason I ask is that, for best results, the machines should be configured differently, depending on which option you choose. . Windows 10 cannot see any network devices on the home network. A couple of days ago, switching the computer off in an attempt to reset the Windows network facility, I was subjected to a massive update.
From the list, expand Network adapters. Any that could be given would be great. Maybe, we are the guinea pigs for Microsoft. We have three Windows 10 computers 2 desktop, 1 laptop on a local network. Hopefully one of you has one. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hey, so my brother gave me a new motherboard last weekend and I had to reformat consequently, since then however I have been unable to view or access my netbook or network drive.
I have also searched this forum and completed every step in this. There is internet access, so I know he is connecting to the network, etc. I right clicked on the computername and added it to quick access. The Computer Browser service is broken in Windows 10 1703 and is gone from future releases of Windows. If not I wish you all the best. Maybe this indicates a problem with compB? Im out of ideas and in need of some help.
However, I cannot connect to the other computers. Detection details Expand InformationalDiagnostics Information Network Adapter Details about network adapter diagnosis: Network adapter Ethernet driver information: Description. Anyone know why the services sometimes start and sometimes don't or why whatever used to trigger a start of those services doesn't trigger it any more? It is certainly not a hardware issue, the symptoms are too similar. This also brings the Properties window of the selected folder. Another suggestion for us under-educated would be to expand the fix and explain the steps to disabling and re-enabling the network adapter.
I still could not access the files by signing in with the computer's user account name and password. I've been researching this on the web and it seems like this is a common problem, but I can't find a solution for it. A Network Reset might be required. Just upgraded my laptop to Windows 10. In Windows 10 1703, the Computer Browser service works incorrectly. What is listed is two of the other computers on the network, neither of which it will let me connect to same Unspecified Error.
Also, you could allow other family members to change files that you have shared. Trying to bail out a small office that's as plain jane as it gets and as stated by others am seeing the same thing with homegroup sometimes working then if left unattended for 10 minutes symptoms change. This should make your router the Master Browser. To reset your network, go to Start Menu. Others cannot even find themselves, after many tries. Would you like to answer one of these instead? The official share name of each of the shared partition and folder along with the original folder path, then the sort of the share, the various connections performed by the network to the shared folder with a brief description if there are any present are all can be viewed here.
The short story is I can see other computers in my network view, which is not suppose to be there. When they have collected enough info about the bug, they will release a fix for the problem as soon as they can in the next Windows Update. Windows 10 users wanting to share files with other members of their household, or coworkers in a small office, often relied on HomeGroup, a technology that allowed you to share resources on a small local network. I really appreciate you suggestions, but ran into some discrepancies. The advanced sharing settings are the same for both computers. I changed the user account name and the computer name. All I can say is that my home network mainly Dell hardware will operate as expected using either model.
Make sure it is checked for only Private networks. I add Linux samba version 4. Because of this a printer on one of the computers cannot be shared. Before the v 1803 update, I had three computers on the network and had shared drives contained on those computers. Everything was working great until about a week ago.
The Windows service that checks for other systems is not set to start automatically. They used to be able to see each other and share files. The discrepancy happened with me when upgraded to windows 10 but no notice. I discovered that the 'Function Discovery Provider Host' service had stopped on one of them. Did you set up a HomeGroup? How do they get away with this? I am guessing the following: 1. I ended up purchasing a new router. I have one laptop which is native Win 10.