I upgraded to Windows 10 last year when I had to get a new computer. I also got a laptop with Win 10. Now I was told that networking within Win 10 was a lot easier but that's crap! I have had nothing but problems. So I used the Homegroup option instead to access my laptop from my computer. Now, Windows upgraded and did away with the Homegroup (which you only brought out in Windows 7 so that didn't last long, did it?) but it was the only option I could get to work. Now I have no homegroup and cannot access my laptop.
I have set up advanced sharing to shared each computer/drive/files etc. but still I get the useless message - "You do not have permission to access \\[computer name]\c. Contact your network administrator to request access." Bollocks! I am the administrator and I can't get the bloody permissions to work!
I don't want safe mode booting and any other pointless suggestions that would probably go over my head. I want a simple answer that will fix this problem without having to disable Anti virus or firewalls or rebooting through safe mode. Why eliminate an option that worked? Give me something that WILL work!