WD My Cloud is one of the commonly used cloud storage devices. You might not access WD My Cloud after upgrading to Windows 10. The 3 most effective methods to resolve the lost access to WD My Cloud problem are provided on this page.
Method 1 - Windows Credential
Press the Win key on the keyboard.
Type control panel and choose the same from the search results.
When the Control Panel screen opens, click the Credential Manager option.
Select the Windows Credentials option and click the ‘Add a Windows credential’ link.
Provide the WD My Cloud account details in the User Name and Password fields.
Click the Save button in the Edit Windows Credential window.
Close the Control Panel screen and restart your Windows 10 computer. Check if the lost access to WD My Cloud issues fixed or not.
Method 2 - Registry Editor
Launch the Run box by holding the Win and R keys simultaneously.
Type regedit in the Open field and select the OK option.
The Registry Editor screen opens.
In the left panel, navigate to the ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation’ location.
Select the LanmanWorkstation key in the right panel.
Right-click anywhere in the right panel and select the DWORD (32-bit) Value option followed by the New option.
Change the name of the new DWORD value to AllowInsecureGuestAuth.
Double-click it, type 1 in the Value Data field, and click the OK option.
Exit Registry Editor and restart your Windows 10 computer.
Method 3 - Network Reset
Press and hold the Win and I keys at the same time.
Select the Network & Internet option and click the Status tab in the left panel.
Click the Network Reset in the right panel.
If prompted, select the Reset Now option for confirmation.
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