I have one computer that I cannot connect to remotely on the network. When I try to access the PC remotely using PSEXEC I get "The network name cannot be found. Make sure that the default admin$ share is enabled on computerA". I can connect to it using Windows "Services", and when I start the WinRM service (which is set to manual), I can connect to the remote computer using Powershell. Once in Powershell on the remote computer, I am connected as my user account, which I think is normal. In powershell when I use the command "Net use \\localhost\admin$" or "Net use \\localhost\c$" it shows that it is enables and connected.
When I try to connect to the PC using Windows Explorer, I get "The remote device or resource won't accept the connection". The weird part is that I can ping the PC by name, I can connect to the "Services", but I cannot connect to registry, I cannot connect to it using PSEXEC, and other methods. I have verified that the firewall is off, I have verified that file and print sharing is enabled, I have also (in Powershell) verified that registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer is set to 1.
Can someone help me get the computer to the point where I can use PSEXEC, and other tools? I am happy to send screenshots or report back on anything that will help identify the issue.