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I have a machine in my Active Directory Domain that I can no longer "net view" from other machines in the domain. This is a Windows XP Pro machine. It is hosting a VMWare virtual of my Domain POINTDEV Espace Reva 2 allée Josime MARTIN 13160 CHATEAURENARD FRANCE Tel : 33 4 32 62 71 34 Fax : 33 4 32 62 71 35 Tel: 33 4 32 62 71 34 Probamos la orden net use desde dentro de nuestra propia red Si el resultado falla, esta claro que el problema es de la intranet, tendremos que chequear: - El correcto nombre del ordenador. Your client OS needs support SMB 3.0, for example use Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2012. The port 445 (TCP Outbound) needs to be opened by your ISP or firewall. The SMB protocol is dependent on this port if you mount from outside of Azure Datacenter, and I do notice some ISP blocked this port (e.g. Comcast). Mar 25, 2018 · In all honesty, I truly do not know if a non-enterprise version of Windows does properly support NFS. Not calling the author of the article a liar, just that with MS things tends to change a lot under the hood and what may have worked for v1607, may not hold true for v1703, v1709, etc For example, this problem may occur if you use the net view command or the net use command. Cause This problem may occur if File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks is disabled or is not installed. And last it is possible that multiple instances of Internet Explorer are running and therefore it would be better to use TASKLIST to get the process identifier (PID) of each running Internet Explorer instance if there is an IE instance running at all, use TASKKILL without /F on each running instance of IE using PID, check after 1 to 2 seconds

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Okay, I think we all agree this is a weird issue, but we may have found a solution. First, boot your PC in Safe Mode. Restart your computer. When your computer is restarting, hit F8 on the keyboard, and you should be taken to the Safe Mode screen. Hi All, I am not able to map my shared drive on Windows XP system with server with net use command. On running it gave following error: **c:\>net Jun 26, 2017 · Reset the Alternate Web browser to use with Legacy back to the default (blank) by clicking the Change button and then click the Cancel button to close the Default Browser window. Try the Internet again.

"Net Use" errors 53 and 1231 The network connection could not be found. The network location cannot be reached.

Invalid idmapping entries in gencache might be the cause. To resolve the error, delete these entries in gencache on all nodes. Run the following commands: net cache del IDMAP/UID2SID/ and net cache del IDMAP/SID2XID/. You can run the mmadquery command to know the and the . Alternatively, you can find the from the log Jan 15, 2010 · or NET USE \\10.1.99.10\SHARE1 I get ERROR 53-Computer name specified in the network path cannot be found. How can this be? I've specified an IP address? My Computer The \HOSTS and \LMHOSTS entries must be present BEFORE loading the network client executables. Functional DNS and WINS servers configured either statically or via DHCP should mitigate the need to configure these entries. I'm trying to mount a Azure file storage to my local computer on Windows 7 using the net use command generated in the (new) Azure portal: net use Z: \foo.file.core.windows.net\testshare /u:foo [PA Okay, I think we all agree this is a weird issue, but we may have found a solution. First, boot your PC in Safe Mode. Restart your computer. When your computer is restarting, hit F8 on the keyboard, and you should be taken to the Safe Mode screen.