Windows 10 CIFS/SMB file sharing borked?


The Analog Kid
Mar 16, 2002
Hey all!

I know it's fairly dead around here but I thought I'd ask if anyone has dug deep into Windows 10 file sharing.

My situation:
I have an LG BD390 blu ray player that supports CIFS/SMB(1). I have historically shared my media drive and been able to access this drive; no problems on XP or Windows 7. My first update to Windows 10 screwed this up but I was able to rectify by enabling SMB1. I recently upgraded to the Win10 Creators Update. Unfortunately I had problems with the update and had to clean install the update. My network shares are no longer visible to the blu ray player. I have tried every solution I can find but still cannot see the share on the blu ray player. I have enabled SMB1 and SMB2, enabled guest account, set lanman authorizations, etc.

Anyone have any ideas short of setting up a small nas?

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