I have a local Network with a Window 10 computer and a Windows 7 computer. Both have the same Network Settings (visible to other computers, etc.). On the Windows 10 computer, I can see both the Windows 10 computer and the Windows 7 computer in the Windows Explorer Network Group, but on the Windows 7 computer, I don't see the Windows 10 computer.
The Windows 10 computer runs Windows 10 Pro, Version 1803, Build: 17134.285
The Windows 7 computer runs Windows 7 Home Premium, Version 6.1, Build 7600
Each computer sees each other.
On Windows 10 I have shared a folder with "Anyone". I've made sure that it's not write-protected. Permissions are "Full".
SBM1_protocol is disabled on Windows 10.
I can see this folder on the Windows 7 machine's Explorer, but when I double-click it, Windows 7 tells me "You don't have permission to access… Contact your administrator..."
On Windows 7, I can see that the Window 10 machine's "Users" folder is also shared. I can double-click this. It doesn't show any files, but I don't get the above error message.
I have started the Windows event viewer on both computers, navigated to "Windows logs" and erased all logs and then double-clicked the folder in Question again. Then I clicked "Refresh" on all log panels, but none of the event viewers showed any message after access was denied.
What could I check next?
Edit: I have uploaded a screenshot that shows what Microsoft Network Monitor 3.4 tells me. Is there anything helpful to see?