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Can’t Connect To Server Windows 10
CANNOT CONNECT TO SERVER WINDOWS 10?
Connecting your computer to a server enables you to access the files from the server and maintain a connection with the other computer on the server without the internet if you cannot connect to server Windows 10. When you try to connect the client computer to the Windows 10 server, sometimes, it does not connect due to some errors. Check out the following solutions to fix the Windows 10 server connection problem.
Causes of the problem:
- When the client computer faces any issue related to the software installation, or if it becomes unresponsive, the error cannot connect to server Windows 10 can occur.
- The incorrect hostname of the server leads to the server connection issues.
- If the auto-connect option is turned off, then you have to connect to the server every time manually.
- The client computer can have a different name that is not supported on the server.
- The connection error can occur when the computer does not have access to the server.
Solutions for the problem:
1. Connector software installation
- After you download and run the connector software on the client computer, if the problem cannot connect to server Windows 10 occurs, then press the Win and the R keys together.
- When the Run dialog box opens on the screen, enter “regedit” and click OK.
- Follow the path, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > Session Manager in the Registry Editor window.
- Find the PendingFileRenameOperations item and right-click on it. Now, choose Delete.
- Now, go to the destination by using the direction,
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows > Current Version > Windows Update > Auto Update.
- Delete the RebootRequired item.
- Select the File menu and click Exit to close the Registry Editor window.
- Now, the client computer restarts.
2. Reconnect to the server
- Open the File Explorer on the client computer and click This PC.
- Select the Map network drive menu from the toolbar, after which a dialog box appears.
- Choose a drive letter from the given drop-down list and enter the shared folder name in the Folder field.
- Next, tick the checkbox of the Reconnect at sign-in menu to automatically connect to the server without manual login.
- Then, click the Finish button, and when the system prompts to enter the username and password to access the server, enter them.
3. Full access to the client computer
- Go to the Windows Server Essential dashboard and select Storage followed by the Server Folders option.
- Open any of the server folders. After that, in the network path, click the server name.
- Right-click any one of the server folders and select Properties.
- In the Security panel, check the status of the SYSTEM account; if it is not in full control, then click Edit and choose the SYSTEM option.
- Below Permissions for System, select Allow next to the Full control menu.
- Save the settings by selecting OK and close the window after finixhing the issue cannot connect to server Windows 10.