System error 67 is a Windows Server issue that can occur when users try to map a network drive. The error message states: System error 67 has occurred.
The network name cannot be found. Consequently, users can’t map their network drives when Command Prompt displays that error message. If you need to fix that issue, check out some of these potential resolutions.
How can I fix the System error 67 on Windows 10?
1. Check the command’s syntax
System error 67 can often be due to a syntax error within the net map command. So, double-check you’ve entered the net map command right.
Check whether you’ve entered the slashes for the command right. The basic syntax for the net map command is: net use * *IP Address*sharename. So, there should be backslashes, not forward slashes, around the command’s ip address.
2. Disable the Network Address Translator
- Microsoft’s official fix for System error 67 is to disable the Network Address Translator. Right-click the Start button and select Device Manager to open the window shown directly below.
- Click the View menu.
- Select the Show hidden devices option.
- Double-click the Non-Plug and Play Drivers category in Device Manager.
- Right-click IP Network Address Translator to select the Disable option for it.
3. Update the network adapter driver for the domain controller
- Updating the network adapter driver on the domain controller server might fix System error 67 for some users. To do so, click Free Download on Driver Booster 7’s page to get the setup wizard for that software.
- Install Driver Booster with the setup wizard.
- Open Driver Booster 7’s window. The software will start scanning when you launch it.
- Click the Update Now button if Driver Booster 7’s scan shows a network adapter driver can be updated.
4. Turn on Desktop Experience
- Some users have also confirmed they’ve fixed System error 67 by enabling Desktop Experience in Windows Server. To do so, click the Start button.
- Click Administrative Tools on the Start menu.
- Select Server Manager to open that utility.
- Click Features on the left of Server Manager.
- Click Add Features under Features Summary, which opens the window directly below.
- Then select the Desktop Experience option.
- Click the Add Required Features button.
- Click Next to continue.
- Press the Install button.
5. Turn off the Hardened UNC Paths policy
- Some users might need to turn off the Hardened UNC Paths policy. Press the Windows key + R hotkey.
- Input gpedit.msc in Run and click OK to open Group Policy Editor.
- Click Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, Network, and Network Provider on the left of Group Policy Editor.
- Double-click Hardened UNC Paths on the right of Group Policy Editor.
- Select the Disabled radio button.
- Select the Apply option.
- Thereafter, restart Windows.
The resolutions above will probably fix System error 67 for most users. With that issue fixed, users can then map network drives and run Network Discover scans as required.