Lan plugin can't access W10 admin shares.

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Lan plugin can't access W10 admin shares.

Post by *LordKaos » 2017-07-05, 12:14 UTC

Hi!

A common task for me, was to access all the Windows hidden administrative shares (C$, D$, etc)...that works fine with W7 and W7 x64 but doesn't work anymore in Windows 10 Pro.

I tried many options and can't get it work again. (the first was disabling windows firewall)

Can this be solved to avoid sharing all the units again?

Thanks!
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Post by *LordKaos » 2017-07-05, 15:26 UTC

I reply to myself just for anyone looking for the same issue.

It's not a problem of the lan plugin, it's a policy by default on windows 10.

In the registry editor:
Expand the tree to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft\ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ policies \ system.
Create a new key (Right click -> New -> choose “DWORD Value (32bit)”).
Name the key “LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy” and give it the value of “1”. Click OK.

Or execute this in an elevated command prompt: REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\system /v LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f

No reboot needed but in my computer, I needed to restar the Workstation and Server services.

Thanks to this source: https://tommynation.com/enable-remote-access-administrative-shares-windows-10/
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Re: Lan plugin can't access W10 admin shares.

Post by *Skinny » 2019-10-31, 10:32 UTC

Hi I have the same problem, but your registry input didn't help. If I disable the firewall, it works though. Any idea what exception I should put ?

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