Now you should have shared folders' drives and UNC paths accessible again. You don't need to reboot or log off, or uninstall and reinstall VMWare tools. **DISCLAIMER** The above steps involves editing the registry. Inappropriate changes to the Windows Registry can disable the operating system or prevent it from functioning properly. To safeguard against such an accident, we recommend that you back up your existing registry by choosing Registry » Export Registry File... after launching the Registry Editor and before making any changes.
This Windows 10 update conflicts with a registry key that is necessary for VMWare shared folders to work correctly.
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