Windows 10: Cannot Access USB folder through cmd because of the credentials

Discus and support Cannot Access USB folder through cmd because of the credentials in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; Hi All, Today i pluged my USB flash drive to my router and enabled media/file sharing on my router's USB settings. When i enter my gateway directory... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by BarisKarakas, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. Cannot Access USB folder through cmd because of the credentials


    Hi All,
    Today i pluged my USB flash drive to my router and enabled media/file sharing on my router's USB settings. When i enter my gateway directory through cmd (win+r > \\192.168.1.1) it asked me for the credentials of my router and i entered. (admin / xxxxx) It was successful and i was able to see the contents of USB drive pluged on my router. Then i changed my routers password (admin/ yyyyy) but i cannot enter the \\192.168.1.1 location to see my files. How can i edit these credentials? Where is it kept? Thanks in advance.


    Here is my error message(my win is not English so this is translated version);
    Windows Cannot access to //192.168.1.1
    You dont have permision to access //192.168.1.1 Contact your network administrator to request permission


    i use windows 10
    media and network finding settings are all enabled

    :)
     
    BarisKarakas, Sep 7, 2018
    #1

  2. Scheduled tasks run with elevated privileges can't access stored Windows credentials

    It seems that after Creators update scheduled tasks run with elevated privileges ('run with highest privileges' option) can't access stored Windows credentials. Is that a bug or an intentional change and is there a recommended workaround?

    Here's one way to reproduce the behaviour:

    • Start Credential Manger and add some Windows share credentials.
    • In a console window type 'cmdkey /list', which should list the added credentials
    • Create a task in a task manager:
      • Trigger: on user logon
      • Action: run cmd.exe
      • Tick the 'run with highest privileges' option
    • Reboot the machine and log in
    • In the console window (let's call it 'console 1') opened from the scheduled task type 'cmdkey /list'. This most likely won't display the credentials added in step 1 and properly listed in step 2. ->
      This looks like a bug
    • Now, without closing 'console 1' open another console window as an administrator (let's call it 'console 2') and type 'cmdkey /list'. This will properly list credentials added in step 1.
    • Switch to 'console 1' and type 'cmdkey /list' again. This time the credentials are listed properly, unlike in step 5. It looks like an access to Windows credentials was somehow 'unlocked' by step 6.
     
    MarcinMrowiec, Sep 7, 2018
    #2
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    Source: Credential Guard lab companion Datacenter and Private Cloud Security Blog


    See also:
     
    Brink, Sep 7, 2018
    #3
  4. Cannot Access USB folder through cmd because of the credentials

    Network Credentials

    Hi Sammy,

    To assist you better regarding your concern with network credentials, have you checked the Windows credentials for any information about the username and password for the network credentials? If not yet, follow the steps below to access Windows Credentials
    manager.

    • Press the Windows icon on the desktop.
    • Type in Windows Credentials.
    We would appreciate as well if you could provide us a screenshot.

    Let us know how it goes.
     
    Carlos Tin, Sep 7, 2018
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