Properties-Sharing-Advanced sharing for the Shares. In addition to everyone I added the user in question, administrators, users, admin - full access on both sharing and security tabs and I applied inheritance to the files and folders within. Either way, who f'ing cares. The username and password is correct, because when i enter this in console, its accepted successful and folder mounts good. Why don't you just sniff the traffic and see exactly what is going on. If you go to the command line and type: net users Look for the one that's close to your email address, then you could try using that as the username in Kodi along with the Microsoft account password.
I created a local microsoft account matching one of the user names and passwords, nothing there either. I want to share a disk on my windows system with the other device. I get the error: System error 86 - The specified network password is not correct. I have been reading the forums and google searching this for months and never came across those, probably because of the spam of newbies like me who can't get it to work. And I also have the more normal share folders on the network also. But you sure and the hell do not need to send the computer name workgroup or whatever to auth to a share if the machine is not part of a domain.
Workgroups have nothing to do with auth and are only used to maintain browse list for machines in the same one. Please post back at your convenience if we can assist further. I'm trying to configure windows 10, not linux. You can add a family member, but I kinda feel this is not right. So since my computer updated automatically to windows 10 those other devices are no longer able to see anything on my network.
I am using Everyone in this case because it is the same setup on the other laptops, everyone is only for this share and I do not like to use it. First, if you happen to use the email login system I won't write there is a fix. It is the latest built on ly with built-in Windows Defender now. However, I did a clean windows 10 install of another desktop and the exact same share keeps asking me for authentication now and wont accept any input I give it. I go back to local logins.
Just log onto the Desktop Guest account and re-set the shares and permissions to all? Then Kodi can export, but you have to deal with the danger that anyone on the network could change the files. If it is working after reformatting Windows 10, I'll mark this one off. Yes, I just point and click that. Anyway, I followed along with the guy making a brand new share and still did not work. Option 2: Change settings in Credentials Manager 1 On your keyboard, press Windows key and S at the same time, then type credentials in the search box and choose Manage Windows Credentials from the list of choices.
What you need to do is to have the password on your windows machine anyway and bypass the login. I have seen that a few other windows 10 users have been able to re-enable such samba shares, although I have tried all the tricks they have used and have never been able to get it to work. The accepted answer is correct, and works for Windows 10 Professional and above. Now the only issue I have with this is. It's a long shot, but I hope it helps.
If this problem is caused by the wrong username, can anyone advise me on how I can find the username that needs to be assigned to the Linux account eg. This is not part of the auth mech when authing to a machine that is not in a domain so what you send or don't send has nothing to do with the authing to the shares. But it doesn't seem to affect anything. This does not work for me. To learn more, see our. I had a problem with smb shares trying to connect from an Ubuntu server. You can not auth or have a session open to a machine that is denied or even allowed but not access to shares and then try and auth as a different account.
I think you were showing me how to share a disk on the Linux system with my windows 10 system although I didn't understand your answer very will, so perhaps I am mistaken. I tried enabling a certain key in the registry can't remember the key-name and rebooting, but that didn't help. It worked before so no reason to talk about the router's firewall. Here are the details: I have 2 computers on my home network. Edited August 27, 2015 by warwagon not a bug its understanding how it works!! I have build 10240 now. X and mysql for database syncing.
All I need to do is allow root access to samba. Try connecting from Kodi again. Not sure why it does not work. This account's purpose is for the purpose of file permissions and for Linux to determine what files and directories the Windows user is allowed to access. I found a fix with windows own tool and now all my shares work as intended without any extra hassle. We have Dell Vostro laptop with Windows 10 Pro. I dunno what worked or why it worked in all the above steps, but something did.
Thanks a lot for your reply, although maybe you misinterpreted my question. Using the correct username and the correct password would not work. That was from win7 to win10 machine. I tried googling around alot and most of the suggestions were only about using register hack that in my opinion is the wrong way to go and leave your system vunerable for attacks. Or it wouldn't make sense. It does work on the other Windows 10 laptops although I did not set them up.