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. That should be another thread for fun. Same workgroup, right access and windows with smbv1 to access samba Linux and not work. You can find network connections in the subkeys of the registry key below to hopefully help. I struggled quite a bit with this problem. All pcs on the same workgroup and not works.
I'm asking because I'm setting up TinyWall on my new laptop. Signed into the new account, then immediately signed back into my account and wallah all my network computers plus my 2 Synology servers reappeared. By reading this article, I found out that there are two services that becamed disabled I didn't disabled do nothing on my machines!!! On Computer Configuration, expand Policy — Administrative Templates — Network and select Link-Layer Topology Discovery. Turn On Network Discovery Here you see, the network discovery is turned off and the network computers are not showing from Network. You must be signed in as an administrator to be able to turn on or off network discovery. This only became an issue with the latest Fall Creators update 1709 to windows 10, on my pc. These rules are predefined rules for network discovery and network monitoring,.
This makes it easier to share files and printers. At one point the network in File Explorer was showing more - not sure if it showed everything as I wasn't looking for that at that point. Try to re-add this computer to the workgroup. Turn on Network Discovery in Network and Sharing Center. Network Discovery Firewall Rules Created 7. Repeat the process for all computers in your workgroup and on all of your network computers. Enable Network Discovery via Group Policy 4.
After rebooting, other computers on the local network will be able to discover this computer and its resources printers and shared folders. Configure other firewalls in the network to allow Network Discovery. Hello phrab, If you haven't already, double check the items at the link below to see if anything may be the culprit. Off This state prevents your computer from seeing other network computers and devices and prevents people on other network computers from seeing your computer. I have a third windows 10 computer that sees most of the items on the network and I have the Windows Update Service turned off on it thanks to last months rollup and the Comodo fiasco. Bill Hi Sorry I may not have been clear.
This is completely ridiculous that we have to deal with this. Having said that, you should only enable this feature if your computer is connected to home or safe network, so that you can do file or data sharing safely network location type: Private. Use a domain local or remote. This is a small business client. This only became an issue with the latest Fall Creators update 1709 to windows 10, on my pc.
Hi Karen - thanks for responding. In my testing lab, the server is Windows server 2016 and client machines are Windows 10. I've been at this 1. Isn't Network Discovery something that would normally be needed? This method works the same on all other Windows servers. There are various issues discussed in this thread pertaining to network issues. I don't have a password on either computer, but have one for my Wi-Fi.
The only one that wasn't was Network Connections, so I switched on, but no luck. When network discovery in on, this computer can see other network computers and devices and is visible to other network computers. You cannot view shared folders on a local network. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. After trying to roll back to 1703 and back to 1709 I appear to have isolated the problem further.
I have the list of services running and automatic. I ran the Network Discovery command line and restarted, bit it drops back to off in advanced sharing settings. Computers not Showing Up in Network on Windows 10 after upgrade to 1803 Spring Update In Windows 10 1803 Spring Creators Update , developers have , in addition, computers with Windows 10 are no longer displayed in the network environment of the Explorer when viewing network devices. When it is open, pin it to the quick access menu. The latest Fall creators update fixed the network devices not showing up issue, sort of. 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. Also, keep in mind the Win 10 computer could see network resources earlier on, but stopped after Updating to 15063.
What circumstances would require me to change this? Network Discovery enabled via group policy. Have 4 networked office computers - all running W10 - 3 are 32 bit, 1 is 64 bit. How to Enable Network Discovery via Group Policy? Summary - All four v1703 Build 15063. Execute the command on the client computer as well or it will apply automatically when the system restart. It is a private network, but not HomeGroup - User names and passwords throughout the network - HomeGroup services are disabled and Group Policy is set to disallow users joining a HomeGroup, yet from time to time I see it showing up after updates like so many other things that change back after updates. And that don't use a Pin thing - no diff. The result should be like below screenshot.