Sharing network folder on Mac host, but is not authenticated in Windows guest.

Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' started by JohanN2, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. JohanN2

    JohanN2 Bit Poster

    On my Mac I connect to our company's network folders. To do this I have to authenticate with my username/password.
    I have no idea about the network that the company uses, it's 100% PC's here except for my Mac so I'm sure it's something windows-specific they use.
    Anyway, I was pleased to see, that after Installing Windows 7 with Parallels 14, that those network drives also appear in the file manager in Windows.
    However, I have no write permissions in Windows when I browse the network drives. I can't create any file, or edit any file. I guess that the Windows system don't get the authentication details that macOS has?
    Is there anything I can do about this, either in my Mac, in Parallels, or in Windows?

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