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Problem mapping a network drive between Windows 10 & MacBook Pro

I have tried several things and I keep having problems with keeping a consistent way to seamlessly move files from my MacBook Pro to my Windows 10 PC. The paths almost seem to disappear completely even when I try to reconnect to the machine. So sharing files has become a total pain. Any suggestions on how I can create a connection between machines via the network or cloud based environments. For some reason  connections change or disappear? Is this normal between the two OS's or am I being overly frustrated at something I cannot control?
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Sorry I have been down with several issues with a router problem. No Tech support from ASUS intermittent problems with internet connection. I spent weeks only to find that this past weekend ASUS put out a new firmware version and ..... wallah everything started working better. Then I realized I could resolve other issues I had prior that needed to be tweaked a little to get buffering issues for TV and internet drops in my house. Now everything is working better than ever before. Now I am back and all pistons are firing.

Thank you for the support also realized that setting up Windows Bootcamp will also alleviate many of the issues that seem to come up between the two technologies. I found out you have to buy another license of Windows 10 to do that.

Just one quick question Jason does this reconnect to a Windows machine when it is on the network regardless. I have either missed something and will keep trying or Windows still does not like my Mac.
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