F FleetCommand New member Joined Oct 19, 2018 Posts 3 Oct 19, 2018 #1 Hi. I'm at my wits end. My network infrastructure is okay, and almost all network services running on my computer are accessible to computers beyond. (Remote Desktop, Apache, etc.) Internet connection is fine too. I am using it to write this post! But no one from outside can access my network shares over SMB. Worse, I cannot access my shares from within my own computer. I tried navigating to the following in File Explorer: \\COMPUTER-NAME: List of shares appear. But I cannot open any of them. Error 0x80070035. (Well, really, my computer isn't called "COMPUTER-NAME", but I am sure you understand why I am not writing its real name.) \\192.168.1.70: Does not connect at all. \\localhost: Does not connect at all. \\127.0.0.1: Does not connect at all. Things that I have tried so far: Uninstalled COMODO Internet Security Disabled and re-enabled SMB Restarted the computer as well as the "lanmanworkstation" and "lanmanserver" a thousands of times in many different occasions. Released and renewed my DHCP-assigned IP address Tried Windows 10's Network Reset feature Uninstalled every single adapter using Device Manager and let Windows reinstall them. The first time I did this, the problem went away! But then, the problem returned and repeating this step didn't help anymore. Tried "netsh int ipv4 reset c:\reset.log" suggestion from a Microsoft support person. It has no effect and "c:\reset.log" is not created. And anyway, I don't think this is the problem. Set the adapter to force enable NetBT My computer is running Windows 10, version 1803 build 345.