I changed the user account name and the computer name. Neither is indicated as the Master Browser. You can still share files like how you would before but without HomeGroup now. Thus it should not be that update issue. Select any of them, and all become visible and accessible as the other computer is shown in Network.
If the network drives disappeared Recreate them. There are two other computers, a Windows 8. This is what we did to fix the problem on our side. Now reboot all the machines and check whether they are all acting properly or not. Also, keep in mind the Win 10 computer could see network resources earlier on, but stopped after Updating to 15063. It also takes some time to see the new network. If you're connected to the Internet or a network while your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to attacks.
Since none of these computers is listed as Master Browser, you might wonder who is? You are not alone in this one, this issue exists already since Windows 10 1703. Did your computer join in the domain or standalone workgroup? I compared the selected windows features in both systems. After selecting the specific user to share the folder to, when you access to this folder from another computer in your home network, you will be prompted to login to that set user account in order to view the file. Then, right click your internet adapter and select Properties. Machine A was not even able to browse inside of its own share.
Temporarily disable the firewall and antivirus There will be times when the antivirus may prevent your computer from connecting to the internet. Sharing is the same throughout--Password protected by user, and I think everything else is the same. With recent changes in Windows 10 version 1803 some computers are only accessible via their or. Prior to the 1803 update I used to keep them in sync by sharing a folder on one, connecting to it on the other, and using sync software. In addition to all the things recommended in this post, I also: Uninstalled the May, 2018 Windows Updates all Windows 10 Professional machines and elected to postpone new Windows Updates for the maximum 45 days Installed a new router that I know works correctly Uninstalled the antivirus on the main Windows 10 Pro pc they're trying to get to no antivirus, no antispy In addition to all the Services you suggested, I also turned on Computer Browser Service on all the machines. Scroll down until you see the Network Reset link button.
I am afraid to turn the update service on to then have updates come in that make the network devices disappear to the Win 10 computer. How does one deal with this hodge-podge of information that does not seem to follow any rhyme or reason? However, I had to each folder in the chain, i. To reset your network, go to Start Menu. Its no longer worth the time an effort one must spend to keep these things running, able to connect to Network resources, firewall issue, adding printer issues, on and on and on it goes. When you open Explorer Network, enable network discovery when you are prompted. As a small business with 6 workstations, workgroups has been working fine, until this nonsense from Microsoft.
Along with various other phones and cameras and rubbish of course The problem I am having is that certain machines cant see other computers on the network, they see some, but not all, but they do appear to work if you address them correctly. I am connected to the network via Ethernet, and was before as well. Thanks in advance for your help. An upgrade license costs less, but you are changing the license from one to the other. Never had an issue and bam came in on a Monday to see that machine B could not run the application. In addition, in Windows 10 1709 and higher, the , thus disabling the Computer Browser service, which is responsible for compiling the list of computers on the network and displaying them. My continued searches took me to the link below.
All Windows devices within that subnet that have these settings will now appear in Network for browsing. It was working and now it isn't. Went back to my Thinkpad and it could all of a sudden see the Dell. This is one of the most frustrating problems I've come across. If you can't see other computers on the network You probably need to enable network discovery and file sharing.
When the machines were removed from Group Policy I did disable the firewall completely with no luck there either. Then start both the services. So, I can see what is happening, but I cant figure out why. Let us know in the comments! So, I turned it off, rebooted and everything works! So, if nothing at all works for you and your Homegroup network computers are still not showing up, wait for the next update. Windows 10 will see it as a new network, if the. I've reset the router, rebooted all the computers, etc.