I'm going crazy with this. PC1 is Win 10 Pro, has shares that are seen by other computers on network. This computer doesn't see any shared folder or even computer, but sees media devices, other devices, and network printers and can access to them all these devices.
All other computers on the network see each other, see the nas, see the network printer and see the PC1 shares. The only one with issues is PC1.
When, from PC1, I try to connect to other computer or shares using \\ipaddress, after a few second I get the error "Unspecified Error 0x80004005"
what I have tried so far:
One strange thing: Microsoft Network Adapter Multiplexor protocol is disabled on the adapter. I click to enabled it, when press OK it say "you will disable this service". I reopen the window, the service is disabled.
Anything else I can try to make it work again?
EDIT: I looked to the other possible duplicate question.
System version is Windows 10 Pro Version 1803 Build 17134.112
If I use Filezilla to connect to network nas (that has an ftp server enabled) I can connect succesfully and upload/download files. I can't access it with windows network explorer.
I fixed the issue. Double checking every service I noticed that workstation service was stopped. When starting it, I got the error
"Error 1075: The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion"
Getting into regedit and deleting the relative dependOn key fixed the issue for me.
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