One Windows 10 home computer cannot remote desktop or access shares on the other.
RDP Error on HomeA (this occurs whether I use name or IP number):
Remote Desktop can’t find the remote computer “HomeB”. This might mean that “HomeB” does not belong to the specified network. Verify the computer name and domain that you are trying to connect to.
Attempting to view a share on HomeB from HomeA results in error:
You do not have permission to access \\HomeB\temp. Contact your network administrator to request access.
Macbook can RDP to both HomeA and HomeB
- HomeA can RDP to Office
Test-NetConnection -ComputerName HomeB -Port 3389results in
ComputerName : homeb RemoteAddress : 192.168.1.x RemotePort : 3389 InterfaceAlias : Ethernet SourceAddress : 192.168.1.y TcpTestSucceeded : True
Network Neighborhood shows both HomeA and HomeB (on both)
Both machines share c:\temp with all authenticated users
a. HomeB can see and access share on HomeA
b. HomeA can see but not access share on HomeB
c. Using the command, net use \HomeB\temp /user:HomeB\user gives:
Multiple connections to a server or share resource by the same user…
“net use” shows no connections to HomeB
HomeA and HomeB have the same configurations:
a. Windows 10 Pro 1903
b. Workgroup: Workgroup
c. Remote Desktop enabled
d. SMB 1 disabled
a. IPv6 disabled
b. IPv4 DHCP, both 192.168.1.x
c. Netbios disabled
a. fdPHost, Automatic, Running
b. FDResPub, Automatic, Running
a. Both machine have account, user, that is an administrator
b. Both have the same password
c. HomeA\user is linked to a Microsoft account; HomeB\user is not
d. Windows credentials has no stored passwords for the target machine
a. Remote Desktop inbound allowed
b. No outbound rules
It appears to be an authentication issue on HomeB but I can't figure out why.
What am I missing?