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Setup problem: NASFinder has discovered, but cannot communicate with the SimpleShare server

I am trying to attach my SimpleShare hard drive to my Negear wireless router (RangeMax model WPN824). 

I am not configuring any security on the router and I'm using the simplest setup possible using all of the defaults (DHCP). 

While in the Netgear Router Manager page I can see the drive.  It is assigned the IP address of 192.169.1.5 and the MAC address of 00:15:58:3a:74:f0. 

 

When I run the SimpleShare Discovery software I get the following message: "NASFinder has detected the listed SimpleShare servers on your local network."

 

It tells me to "open SimpleShare online Help", but does not tell me how to get there.  So... I found you.

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