I've been having permissions issues with a mapped network drive. I have an external hard drive attached to a PC via USB connection. It has permissions set to Everyone-Full Control. From the PC it's attached there is no problem accessing the drive and viewing the contents. When I map the drive from another PC, using the credentials of the other PC, I get "You do not have permission... contact system administrator" I have reset (icacls * /reset /t) the drive, tried changing owner to System, Everyone and even the user. I set permissions to Everyone Full Control. I mapped the drive using the login id of the remote PC, which is in the administrators group and also has full control of the drive. The drive seems to map, but when I try to open it I get the message above. I have other drives attached to the remote PC which I can map to and access just fine. How do I reset/clear/change the permissions on this drive to allow it to be mapped and accessed? I'm getting pretty frustrated!
Both PCs are running Windows 10 Pro, obviously on the same network since I can map other drives connected to that PC.