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Old 02-14-2018, 11:43 PM   #16
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Check that network discovery is on for the Windows machine as well and that the profile is appropriate, (the public profile cripples Windows network connectivity)...

https://www.isunshare.com/windows-10...indows-10.html

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Old 02-23-2018, 07:44 PM   #17
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Check that network discovery is on for the Windows machine as well and that the profile is appropriate, (the public profile cripples Windows network connectivity)...

https://www.isunshare.com/windows-10...indows-10.html
Ok it's already on.


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Check that network discovery is on for the Windows machine as well and that the profile is appropriate, (the public profile cripples Windows network connectivity)...
I checked the Function Discovery Resource Publication and Function Discovery Provider Host, and they were both off so I truned them on.

Still won't connect.
 
Old 02-23-2018, 08:03 PM   #18
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Ok, and appropriate profile (not public) configured? Other than that I have no further suggestions I'm afraid.
 
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Ok, and appropriate profile (not public) configured? Other than that I have no further suggestions I'm afraid.
Wait what's "appropriate profile (not public)"?
 
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Refer to the page I linked to in post #17, or search 'windows 10 network profile' for information on how to configure it.
 
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Refer to the page I linked to in post #17, or search 'windows 10 network profile' for information on how to configure it.
Oh right, right, yea It's already on.

Well, hell now I just ran Malwarebytes and it quarantined a bunch of stuff but when I rebooted it still didn't work.

Well but hey thanks for sticking with the question for so long. I'll fight it again in the morning,

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Oh right, right, yea It's already on.
I don't know what you mean by this reply. Make sure the network connection is not using a public profile.
 
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Oh I see- yes, I've tried with both detection on and off, doesn't work either way.
 
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No, I'm referring to the network profile (home, work, public) for a given connection.
 
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No, I'm referring to the network profile (home, work, public) for a given connection.
So then we're not talking about this, the url you gave?:

https://www.isunshare.com/windows-10...indows-10.html
 
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Yes, that was for network discovery etc, but you can also change the network location (profile) for a given network connection. I'll leave you to check that out further
 
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Yes, that was for network discovery etc, but you can also change the network location (profile) for a given network connection. I'll leave you to check that out further
Oh I see, ok thanks I'll circle back,

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Ok I looked around to find out where to set it to public or private, and I couldn't find it- but- I did find under the file and print sharing it's options said "Private (current profile)" So looks like I'm set to private, right.

Similarly in Network and Sharing Center / Advanced Settings, it also says "Private (current profile)" too.

That's what I want, right?
 
  


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