Windows 10: Unable to map network drive

Discus and support Unable to map network drive in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; I was recently having troubles with sshfs-win. Explorer just sometimes begins to hang, without any change to anything.I then ran the command `net use... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by TimonKayser, Oct 14, 2021.

  1. Unable to map network drive


    I was recently having troubles with sshfs-win. Explorer just sometimes begins to hang, without any change to anything.I then ran the command `net use Y: /delete`. It removed the sshfs mapped drive. Now I cannot re-map the drive.How can I use the drive letter Y: again?The symbol being displayed at the `connected to ` is random.When I try to access Y:When I right click `Disconnected Network Drive Y:` and select Disconnect:A little bit of cmd output:C:\Windows\system32>net use Y:System error 1203 has occurred.The network path was either typed incorrectly, does not exist, or the network provi

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    TimonKayser, Oct 14, 2021
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  2. Unable To Map Network Drive

    I have two Windows 10 machines named Studio and Digital on an Ethernet network. I had Windows reinstalled on the Digital machine. From the Digital machine I can map a network drive on the Studio machine. From the Studio machine I am unable to map to the hard drive on the Digital machine. I am pretty sure I have everything setup correctly on the Digital machine including the computer name, account name, password etc.
    When I select the Digital machine and drive the "Enter Network Password" box appears and it says my network password is not correct.
    Please see the attached screenshot.
    Can someone please give me ideas as to what the problem may be? Thanks very much Bill


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    artmanphoto, Oct 14, 2021
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  3. Unable to disconnect from mapped network drive

    I receive the following error when I try to disconnect from a self mapped network drive: "network connection does not exist"

    The network drive icon appears with a bid red x and says it is disconnected, yet I can double click on it to enter the mapped folder. Doing this does not reconnect the folder, and remains disconnected. This causes problems because programs that pointed
    to this path are unable to read the files. I am unable to remap this drive because the associated drive letter (EUnable to map network drive :) and mapping no longer shows up in the list.

    I've tried all the typical suggestions including:

    --I tried to do it via the command prompt with the net use delete command, but it can't be found in there.

    --Tried to above with the actual network path instead of the drive letter, did not work

    --Tried to delete the registry entries from:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\MountPoints2

    HKEY_USERS\. Default\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Mountpoint2\

    None of these solutions worked. Though deleting the registry entries momentarily hid the disconnected drive, the drive letter was still not available for mapping. I tried to force the drive letter (EUnable to map network drive :) to map to my optical drive, which worryingly, pointed
    back to the mapped network location on the NAS instead of to the optical drive.

    How do I get rid of this? Reformatting the computer is not an option.
     
    RMI_Howard, Oct 14, 2021
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    Unable to map network drive

    Trouble Mapping Network Drive

    I have a WD NAS drive connected to my router and have mapped it on three of my computers. I just setup another laptop with Windows 10 and have updated it to 1809 and when I tired Mapping a network drive nothing is displayed in the browse window except the
    computer I am currently using. The drive is shown under network locations in File Explorer but not when you select map network drive and browse. I right clicked on the drive and selected properties and noted the IP address and went back into Map network drive
    but instead of selecting browse I entered the IP address but it still does not map the drive. The strange part is if I go to any of the computers that already has the network drive mapped and select Map network drive and select browse none of those computers
    show the drive either but you can select the mapped drive in the drive list in file explorer and it works just fine.

    I have read several articles both here and elsewhere and tried the suggestions but nothing works. Network discovery is turned on as is file sharing and also checked if all three boxes under SMB file sharing support in Windows features were also checked and
    they are. I have mapped several computers to several different drives over the years and anytime the drive was not listed it was always easy to go into Network Sharing Centre and find the problem but everything seems to be as it should so would appreciate
    if someone can suggest something I may have overlooked.

    Thank you
     
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