All I could see was information about file shares. The same can be done using. I'm asking about these Advanced Sharing Settings specifically. There is only one annual price which covers all my devices with unlimited calls for service. This is what I had to do to fix it.
I still don't know, as in my answer, any other solution than the workarounds you have listed in your post. Then turn off password protection, try of we can access shared files now. I had to log on to my microsoft account to change my password, which meant I had to use a separate device. Finally switch the radial button to the Turn off password protected sharing setting and click Save changes. There are two lines that are circled. There are many ways around it, for example mapping a network drive, but if you have a lot of users connecting to copy some files you may want to disable the password dialog instead of distributing your password.
I had this show up on a friends account and just happend to enable the guest account to show that it was password protected. Would you like to answer one of these instead? I cannot even take a screenshot of the popup to show the problem. Using Windows 8, with no problem. There are two ways to disable them. If your networked computers are not showing in File Explorer, then make sure the two services below are.
The page appears to be providing accurate, safe information. Now I have to enter my password every time as my pc is holding my first initial password in its history. All your previous settings are copied. Here we highly recommend using iSeePassword Windows Password Recovery program to hep you reset your Windows login or admin password without system res-installation. I know it is a while since some one posted on this thread.
I need help guys, I have tried each and every thing recommended in here. I noticed that when we turn off password protection, Guest account will be enabled in Computer Management. Type netplwiz or control userpasswords2 and press Enter. I found this website which helped me unlock her account in just a few minutes. The steps are quite simple! An option to Turn sharing on or off will be visible.
Thanks Hi, Sir I am vinod am working in office. The setting regarding passwords is at the bottom of the image: Perhaps I missed the connection to this in the link provided but I didn't see it. Something is wrong with Windows 8, very unstable. On Properties window click on Sharing tab and then enable Share this printer check-box. I had also changed my networks settings to use the user accounts for sharing, not homegroup.
It worked just fine, and I'm still able to reach out and access remote resources on the network. If you turned on file and printer sharing, then you will also need to turn on File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks using below. Try share a folder to Guest manually add Guest account to permission list to see the result. Click on permissions and press add, on the field type in the username you want to have access to the share and press check name. Be careful not to change anything that you do not fully understand or you could cause your computer to not function properly. I cannot go in to my user account any more, and I cannot install software. So the solution is either you use same password for this username in both computers or you access the share with different user account with different username username changing in windows did not work, as it kept the original username still somewhere and only changed display name for the user.
It works but what it does is that it logs me off my email account. Verify the value of the property and retry. I insist on recomending Supportrix for all your networking and computing needs. As soon as one of the machines - either the one accessing the files or the one sharing them - uses a Microsoft account, it is no longer possible to access any files or folders on the other machines. Need of disabling the logon password in Windows 8: If you are home user or just single user of your computer then it will be time waste to enter the username and password each and every time when you logon the widows. Today when she powered it up, guess what? This problem is real, and I've reproduced it on several machines, had friends encounter the same problem, and I've found several reports of other users with the same issue, but no solution. With Windows 8, things have become a lot easier.