I'm unable to get my network discovery working. I know this problem has been discussed with many variants but not quite the same as I'm experiencing, so I'm starting a new thread. In few cases, even after the feature is enabled, you notice that it is disabled in the Settings app. After two days it still seems to be going fine. You will most likely find problems there if you can't turn on Network Discovery.
I have a similar problem: I have the only system on our network running Win-10 - all others are running Win-7 Pro with a 2012 R2 server Network Discovery sees only 6 systems out of 12. Be sure to enable the Windows firewall then check to see that most of the 6 to 4 adaptors are gone, there should only be a couple of those, then check to see if you can turn on network discovery. Let us walk towards all the promising solutions one by one. After two days it still seems to be going fine. I can manually type the machine name into the address bar and networking and sharing will be fine until you close file explorer down.
Out of few options, make a click on Run as administrator. Also set Function Discovery Provider Host and Function Discovery Resource Publication to auto. In this concern, you may like to explore. I've entered this thread at the request of a client who thinks network discovery should work correctly he's right there but apparently it doesn't for everyone. Again, typically speaking, network discovery settings are controlled by the devices themselves.
As anyone got any possible answers this, it is most frustrating. If the Network Discovery won't stay on then you have to run this repair, no doubt about it. Step 5 — Once you verify and correctly configure all the above-mentioned four services, you should not encounter Network Discovery Turned Off issue in Windows 10. Brought in another Win-10 system to test and got same results - in fact both Win-10 systems see only the same 6 workstations. Enabling either one of the Link-layer topologies will not work because they are set to default as off. I have a similar problem: I have the only system on our network running Win-10 - all others are running Win-7 Pro with a 2012 R2 server Network Discovery sees only 6 systems out of 12.
I have in fact tried both those solutions, along with several others that I have researched, hence why the first thing I did was post the services that I have running. Step 1 — First of all, type services in the Cortana text field and click the same on the top. I went into System, changed my computer name, domain and workgroup settings, hit Network Id. I have tried turning discovery off then rebooting and then back on again and rebooting. All Windows devices within that subnet that have these settings will now appear in Network for browsing. You have a bunch of 6 to4 adaptors there that can cause this problem, this has cause the exact problem you have in the past. I checked the network page.
Robert…I have a similar problem: I have the only system on our network running Win-10 - all others are running Win-7 Pro with a 2012 R2 server Network Discovery sees only 6 systems out of 12. When he came back, he said that this functionality was taken away from windows10 and that I would never get it this to work. We have a few Windows 8. As Novak also points out, when the Network Discovery is disabled, your computer will not be able to see others network computers and devices in addition to preventing other network computers from seeing your computer and therefore your shares. However, as Robert also points out, if you want to restrict only the server from seeing the devices while simultaneously allowing those devices to have client network discovery settings things can get a little sticky. After upgrading the laptop, I mapped the secondary drive of the desktop as a network drive on the laptop.
They should be in the Running status 2. I have not found anyone who can definitely say that they had the problem and what they did to fix it. You cannot discover and browse any network share. Alternative method to Change Services settings Instead, you can also configure the above services using a command line. There are heaps of people in various forums that suggest fixes that none of these work. And unfortunately I can still find a way to view the computers that belong to my network. For reference, you can also find more ways to.
To use this method, perform these given steps carefully. Function Discovery Provider Host Function Discovery Resource Publication I also hid the network link in the left pane of the Windows Explorer by changing the following registry keys. Robert… I know this problem has been discussed with many variants but not quite the same as I'm experiencing, so I'm starting a new thread. At certain times, configuring network profiles fails to perform and you confront that the Network Discovery is Turned Off in Windows 10. I work primarily with A.
I've done this multiple times and I have my network location set to home. I disabled the following services. Contact your other vendors and manufacturers if their devices still don't appear in this browse list after the Windows devices appear. No luck yet : Alejandro, Can you confirm that you are attempting restrict only the server from seeing the devices while simultaneously allowing those devices to have client network discovery settings? I have done a lot of reading about this problem. Certain dependency services related to Network Discovery are not properly configured. Hi, I like a lot of other people are having this issue with network discovery not working. We can assume that you have network discovery turned on in the Advanced Sharing Settings window.