Windows 10 Network Discovery won’t stay on

If the homegroup has ever been removed, network computers may not see the problem in File Explorer> Network. No network devices or computers are visible on the exact same computer you are on (see figure below):

Because of the big problem for users who regularly connect to the network to connect to the network devices. Note that network computers may not appear in the Network section of File Explorer. Regardless of the computer name or IP address, the Export dialog box could certainly be accessed. How can network computers be made visible in File Explorer? Try the following solutions and solve this problem.

Enable network discovery

1. Open the Control Panel with Windows Search or Cortana.

2. In the Control Panel, go to All Control Panel Items> Network & Sharing Center> Change Advanced Sharing Settings.

3. Under Network Discovery, in the Advanced Sharing Settings window, enable Network Tracking. Also enables automatic configuration of network devices. Click Save Changes.

4. restart your system. After reloading, you should be able to view the network computer under File Explorer> Network.

 

Via Services snap-in

If Fix 1 does not work for you, the required services may not work on your system.

  1. Press Run on Windows + R and run Services.msc in the dialog box. Services Snap Press Enter to open them.

2. Scroll through the Services snap-in window and search for the Function Search Resource Publishing service. If this problem occurs, the service will not work. On the double tab click on the button to change the status.

3. Automatically set the startup type on the Service Properties page. Then press the Start button to run the service. Click Apply, and then click OK.

 

 

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