This is how you can enable remote access to administrative shares in Windows 10.
(This guide applies to Windows 8.x, 7 and Vista too – only the screenshots are a bit different.)
Adminstrative shares are default shares of all the disk drives on a Windows computer. These allow access to the root disks remotely.
If you try to connect to adminstrative shares (for instance C$ or D$) on a remote computer running a newer version of Windows than Windows XP, you will not be able to.
First, you need to have a local account with administrative rights on the computer you want to connect to running Windows 10 or older. Continue reading “How To Enable Remote Access To Administrative Shares in Windows 10” »