For some network locations, you will be prompted to enter network credentials every time you connect. 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. I find it strange that it would allow traffic from a Windows 7 Machine, but not a windows 10 one. To fix this annoying issue, you can apply a simple workaround. 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. That should be another thread for fun.
There, everything in one place. Reply You can access neighboring computers without the Home Group. Let me know how it goes and you have a great day! I then reformatted it again, and only added it to the domain once everything was installed. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. In order that I may provide you with an accurate solution, I will need a few more details. Win 10 Computers in Office 2 can see Win 7 Computers in Office 1 Windows 7 Computer in Office 2 can see Windows 10 and Windows 7 Computers in Office 1 Windows 7 Computers in Office 1 Can See Windows 10 and 7 Office 2.
Why do you need to be able to 'browse the network' anyways? I am in a business setting, running a mixed Windows 7, Windows 10 environment. With Windows 10 version 1803, Microsoft has removed the ability to create a new HomeGroup. Created new account and still not able to see. Open the Network and verify that you are now seeing the neighboring computers. Most notably it wouldn't see other subnets, vpn, or share files properly. Look for the change in File Manager. This is not directly related to the topic of this thread, of not being able to see other machines on the local, non-domain network.
The list of servers for this workgroup is not currently available , first check the following settings. Look for the change in File Manager. What is strange is that I can save the initial file anywhere else e. It can be used to browse files and folders in a local or even a remote network. This will most likely remedy your issue as it did for me.
None of the Windows 10 computers can and I am just stumped. That computer is business critical whereas my Win 10 laptop is not, so I am waiting until it sorts out on my laptop before I do updates on that computer. This is what worked for me. Please revert us if you need further assistance. Thank you Suvarna G Microsoft Community I just reformatted the thing. This makes is one of the most important components for Windows for regular as well as power users. It happened prior to update 1803.
They did not solve the problem. This seems to be isolated to just the Windows 10 machines. For posterity to those still struggaling with this issue, here are the helpful tips that got me to a solution My steps are for intermediate and advance users who have some base understanding of Windows File Sharing and Command Line Usage. Hi, I have a slightly weird issue. Over time I've noticed that we can't see all the computers on the domain. Signed into the new account, then immediately signed back into my account and wallah all my network computers plus my 2 Synology servers reappeared. Was trying to add printer today.
There are various issues discussed in this thread pertaining to network issues. In our home branch we have a Windows 10 machine sharing a folder. I also tried everything on this page: That didn't solve the problem either. However, neither Win 10 computers in either office can see Win 10 Computers in the other. Indeed, in the latest releases Windows 10 not showing up neighboring computers in the workgroup. So, there's an issue unique to doing a fresh install of Windows 10 1709.
Click on it and then on Reset now. Dericslab correctly pointed out that. This is the only machine that can't get access. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. Since it always keeps my selection if I leave it on.
There, you will find the command Add a network location. The windows 8 and 7 machines can see all the computers on the domain but the windows 10 machines can't. So, seems things got broken by the new Windows build. Also in Advanced sharing settings, it keeps dropping back to Turn Off network discovery just like win 7 Pro does even though network discovery is still on. If somebody has any idea, it would be welcome! It is not to be confused with a similar service called as Function Discovery Provider which has a similar functionality. At work they have a windows 10 station set up to share two printers to about 10 people. I struggled quite a bit with this problem.