After Winodws 10 upgrade i cannot see pcs accross MPLS or VPN
I currently have windows 2008 AD with mostly windows 7 machines. DNS and Wins are setup so you can see other site computers from wherever you are.
I upgraded two pcs to windows 10 and now they can no longer see those computers under the network. I can type \\<server name> to get to them but most users are lost with this methodology. I would prefer not having to send out shortcuts and wonder why it stopped working.
Under sharing i made sure \domain i have network discovery and file and print sharing were on.
any ideas why this stopped working?
Had any luck correcting yourself?
I have run into this issue myself after having users upgrade to windows 10. I am sure this is probably now the greatest answer, but it's the only once I was able to get to work.
Go to "This PC" and right click under "Devices and drives" then select "Add a network location".
This will bring up the Add Network Location Wizard. If you select next, it will bring up a window where you can browse the network to add a drive.
You can add any drive you want, because once you do it, you will have access to the whole network. (At least that is what happened when I did it.) Once I added one network location, I was able to see all of the computer and drives on the network under the network drop down.
I realize this solution isn't perfect, but it's the only way I've been able to do it since the Win 10 roll out.
Please let me know if this helps you or if you find a better solution.