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“net view” “System error 1231 has occurred.” “Windows 10”

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/11/09

On my research list: none of my Windows 10 PC’s in WORKGROUP can see that other machines exist, but they can connect to each other.

C:\>net view
System error 1231 has occurred.c

C:\>net view
System error 6118 has occurred.

On Windows 8.1 and 7 (I know: both beyond end-of-support) can see both Windows 8.1/7 machines and Windows 10 machines:

C:\>net view
Server Name          Remark
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\\...
The command completed successfully.

It is unclear on which Windows 10 release this started failing. I think it is around 1803 (April 2018 Update) or 1709 (Fall Creators Update). It fails despite all settings indicating sharing and discovery are enabled:

Things tried that failed:

Start service WebClient

Tried from an administrative command prompt, then waited a minute:

C:\net start WebClient
The WebClient service is starting.
The WebClient service was started successfully.

Failed.

Via: [WayBack] System error 1231 has occurred – Microsoft Community

Ensure system names are uppercase

The system names were already in uppercase.

Via: [WayBack] Win10 10586 – FOUND FIX for system error 1231 bug ( network shares – Microsoft Community

TODO

Note: do not re-enable SMBv1 as it is inherently insecure!

–jeroen

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