Open Computer Management and, on the left side of the window, browse “System Tools -> Shared Folders -> Shares.” The central panel from Computer Management loads the complete list of all the folders and partitions that are shared by your Windows computer or device.
Open Windows File Explorer, go to the Folders pane, and select Network. Select the computer that has the shared folders you want to browse. In older versions of Windows, open Entire Network and select Microsoft Windows Network to see shares.
- Open the shared drive in File Explorer.
- Navigate to the folder in question.
- Click on the white space on the right side of the folder path.
- Copy this information and paste it into Notepad. …
- Press the windows key + r at the same time.
- Type “cmd” into the Run box and press OK.
Use the MS-DOS “net share” command
Click Start, Run, type cmd, and press Enter . At the MS-DOS prompt, type net share and press Enter . Each of the shares, the location of the resource, and any remarks for that share are displayed.
Make sure Network discovery is enabled on all computers. Make sure File and printer sharing is enabled on all computers. Toggle Turn on password protected sharing to off and retest. Make sure you are logging in using the same account you entered when you added users to Share with.
Computer Management (Local) -> System Tools -> Shared Folders -> Shares. This will show you all the current shares on the system as well as allow you to control them, change permissions, modify access, etc. This will show all shares on the system, including hidden.
Right click on the Computer icon on the desktop. From the drop down list, choose Map Network Drive. Pick a drive letter that you want to use to access the shared folder and then type in the UNC path to the folder. UNC path is just a special format for pointing to a folder on another computer.
press Ctrl+L if you can’t type in the location bar. In shortcuts menu on top left, you have access to the shared folders on your network via the “Network” folder. You should see the PC you’re interested in there. you can also go to places->connect to server then choose windows share and then type the IP address..
How do I see other users mapped drives?
One option is to log the mapped drives and printer information of users who log in to a text file and then you can extract the info off this. The drive mapping info is stored in the Registry, look in HKEY_USERSUSERNetwork.
The drive/network location must be online/connected/accessible. Right-click it and from the context menu, go to Path Copy. From the sub-menu, select the ‘Short UNC path’ or the ‘Long UNC Path’, whichever you need and the path will be copied to the clipboard.
Why are my network drives not showing up?
If your network drive doesn’t show all folders/files, the reason may be that the folders/files are hidden on the NAS drives, including mapped network drive and network drive.
How do I see all the servers on my network?
You can get the IP address of the server by running ipconfig /all on a windows machine, and then you can get the MAC address by looking for that IP address using arp -a . You will be granted with the following results. Note that you can replace DHCP SERVER with SERVER and it will display all servers on the network.
How do I find file sharing?
Select the file or folder you want to share. Go to the Share tab, and then in the Share with section, select Specific people. Enter email addresses for the people you want to share the file with, select Add for each one, then select Share.