Drive mappings do not show up in Windows
I am running Cloudberry Drive
. It has been working fine for some time. But today the drive mappings are not showing up in Windows File Manager. When I check the settings in the app it shows the drives as mounted but Windows shows nothing. If I log in as Administrator the drive mappings show. My user account is a member of the Administrators local group but when I log in with it I cannot see or access the mapped drives. Cloudberry Explorer works fine. I uninstalled and reinstalled Cloudberry Drive with no change in behavior.
Not sure if this is your issue, but Windows security settings due to updates sometimes cause this. Try the following:
1 - run regedit
2 - locate HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Policies/System
3 - create a new DWORD entry with the name EnableLinkedConnections and value 1.
4 - restart Windows Explorer or restart your computer
5 - now you can see and use network drives with these installers or applications.
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