Hope this might have some people:
I was having the same issue. I had the following line in my logs:
Unable to mount C drive: 10.0.75.1 (10.0.75.1:445) open
Along with other lines related to IpV6, SambaShare and IPVS
Long story short:
The issue is related to how poorly network folder sharing is implemented in Windows. And Docker is using the folder sharing mechanism, so that might be the reason why the issue is coming up for so many people and there doesn’t seem to be a fix.
What fixed it for me (I am not sure if it’s a complete recipe, or that all of the steps are needer, but that what seemed to make it work for me):
1 - Enabling IpV6 in all network devices. It was disabled
2 - Enabling SMB 2/3 (I’ve also enabled SMB 1, but seems like Docker is using SMB 3) - it’s a network folder sharing protocols which were disabled in my system by default
3 - Enabling network sharing and disabling password protection in “Network and Internet settings” -> “Sharing options”
4 - I’ve uninstalled VmWare Player, which also removed VmWare virtual network devices.
5 - *I am not sure if it’s necessary, but at the moment it is working with a separate user without Micorosoft Account, as other advices mentioned - not sure if it’s a must, but I am not going to touch it while it works
Six hours of my life - and I have it working