We have 3 Windows 8.1 PCs setup. On one of the PCs we have shared a directory. On the other 2 machines, we define a drive letter to access
net use h: \\computer1\hfolder (user and pwd) /persistent:yes
On all 3 machines, we can access H: via the command shell without a problem.
On only 1 of 2 client machines, we can use the
h: in Explorer directly and browse the files
On only 1 of the 2 client machines, we can use the UNC path in Explorer directly (e.g.
\\computer1\hfolder) and browse the files
In code on the bad PC, we cannot use the UNC path, but can use
H: to access files.
Any idea what setting is messed up on the 3rd 'special' client PC?