I will keep watching this thread. After making your selection, right click and open Properties from the context menu. If you are running a domain controller, you want to handle everything through group policy as this method will allow anyone on your network to access the share. You need to do it once otherwise the login won't work. My problem has boiled down to not one, but two oddities.
I am not using a Homegroup. I want to be able to share individual folders on the network, by setting them to shared through File Explorer. Sometimes it was enough to just switch off and switch back on the top boxes. Your actual password isn't stored anywhere, and there isn't any way to get the real password from the hashed one. If Shared is not in the sidebar, you have to add it. Turn on password protected sharing.
In this example, the Local Disk C: drive is selected. I found one way to access the shared folder without giving the username and password. This is a dirty work around, which I will hopefully improve on. I then disabled the check box for Windows login for the 10. I even went in through the terminal screen to add a new user and password.
I just verified on some machines to be sure this is still the case: Accessing a shared folder on a machine with microsoft account from a machine with local account still does not work this way, without some form of additional shared credentials - even with the latest patches of windows 10 on both machines. Once I stop that and move out of network screen the connection is lost. As I turned it on, the password was accepted. Have you tried accessing the Mac files from another Mac account? If I ignore this and proceed in your procedure, I get a strange result in the Windows Security window in step 9. This will require a password entry.
It works perfectly for a month or so, then starts asking for a password from my Windows machine to access the Mac. File sharing is turned on on all computers. Hello People, It looks like I have the answer. I can always connect with the Mac through run and just clicking on the Mac connection already established there. As the text states, this setting provides an extra level of security, permitting connections only from people with a user account and password on the machine. And wireless connections are better than having to manage a lot of cables, or constantly connecting and disconnecting external storage devices in order to transfer files. Finally switch the radial button to the Turn off password protected sharing setting and click Save changes.
I've followed links in this and other threads, but not found a simple direct answer. My windows 7 see the Mac on networking but I cant access to Mac folders. However I do have two possibly related problems with Windows sharing. Have tried both the Administrator user account and a Standard account. Once it shows up in the sidebar, go ahead and click on it. You can do that by clicking the Connect As button at the top right. I suggest clicking on Advanced Sharing as you have more fine-grain control over everything.
Then the connection is lost—it may be when the Mac sleeps but that is not consistent. If everything worked, you should see your shared folders. Simply changing the password didn't work for me. If you are using t to login Windows 10 computer, you must enter those credentials to access the folder. Obviously, you will need to have both the devices on the same network, which, as such makes sense, as remote file transfer over the internet can be very slow, and possibly not entirely safe, but I digress. Check the Share this folder box and then give the share a name.
And I have no idea what Boot Camp is. Yes, despite my earlier post, I have to agree with the last two posts. I added the hd to the list of shared folders and it shows up in the folder on the pc but when I try to open it I get an error. Feel free to contact again. I will be running more checks and will keep you posted. Has anyone faced a similar problem? At the end, it will give the password to join the home group you have just created. Apparently, Apple has altered the networking protocols and as usual, expect everyone else to fall into line with them.
Specifically, if the machine with the Microsoft account tries to access the machine with the local account, it will prompt for a username and password, and access will fail unless username and password of an actual user on the target machine are provided. You said you changed your firewall to allow the Windows to see the Mac. Before you answer, please read on, because the trivial solution does not work if Microsoft accounts are involved. Many thanks for a clear and concise tutorial. How is this so difficult this day and age? To do that, open System Preferences. Also, you must know few details of.
However, if you feel your home network is super secure, you can always turn off password protected sharing, which means anyone can connect to the shared folder without having to type in a username or password. You would be able to read or write on the based on the user level access. You could raise this issue in the Windows 10 feedback channel. The Windows 10 C: drive and folders now appear in Finder. Make sure to note it somewhere. Apple really should warn people about their changes, but I rather suspect that they are too arrogant to do that.