Windows 10: Network Credentials

Discus and support Network Credentials in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; I have an HP Windows 10 Desktop and a HP windows 10 Laptop. I am trying to view my laptop from my desktop and I get a popup and it wants my window... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by ALBeschman, Nov 29, 2019.

  1. Network Credentials


    I have an HP Windows 10 Desktop and a HP windows 10 Laptop.

    I am trying to view my laptop from my desktop and I get a popup and it wants my window credentials.

    I have tried everything I know and nothing works.

    Can anyone out there help me. Thanks. AL B.

    :)
     
    ALBeschman, Nov 29, 2019
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  2. 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, Nov 29, 2019
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  3. Ryan Fra Win User
    Windows Network Credentials

    Hi Keith,

    We suggest that you disable Credential Manager before mapping your Drives. Please follow these steps to disable Credential Manager:

    • In the search box type “Services
    • Right click on “Services” and select “Run as Administrator
    • In the Services Window, look for Credential Manager Service and click “Stop”.
    • Restart the computer and go back the Credential Manager Service and set it to “Automatic”.
    • Restart the computer again.

    Please keep us updated if you were able to map your drives.
     
    Ryan Fra, Nov 29, 2019
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  4. Network Credentials

    Edit Network Credentials

    I just got my laptop back from the repair shop where the HD was wiped and Windows 10 reinstalled. I want to share other network devices, but I'm being asked for my Network Credentials. I don't know what they are. I can follow the steps to get to the credentials
    details link from Control Panel, but I can't seem to change or remove the hidden password. Advice? Suggestions?

    TIA
     
    Phil Irons, Nov 29, 2019
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