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.