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Unable to map a network drive in Windows

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So, you are sharing from POOTER to PC2. 
When you are trying to mount POOTER on PC2 you get a credentials window. That window is asking for credentials for the user on POOTER. Have you tried using those?

I have a network drive set up on on Windows 10 PC and am able to access it as a network drive on that PC.  However when I try to map this drive on a separate Windows 10 PC, it asks for credentials, including a password.  There was no password on my PC at the time of setting up the drive, I added a password, tried that and it didn't work, and at no point did I set up a password.  I tried recreating the drive using the same process shown below.  I am quite stumped as to how I am supposed to get this to work, any suggestions are appreciated.

 

 

 

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So, you are sharing from POOTER to PC2. 
When you are trying to mount POOTER on PC2 you get a credentials window. That window is asking for credentials for the user on POOTER. Have you tried using those?

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