I turned the unit off while on a short vacation and when I turned it back on, neither laptop or desktop can access my shares. The desktop doesn't see anything through the NAS client utility, but the laptop does. Even though it can see it, it still says that the drive isn't attached to the network when clicking on view shares.
Any ideas on how to hook it back to my network?? Any help with GREATLY be appreciated!!
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Re: Cannot Access Shares
Log on the computer to "administrator" account both system will see each other. To do this:
when computer prompted to type your password , Simultaneously press" Ctrl+Alt+Delete" 2 times and you'll prompted to type the username: Just type "administrator" and then enter(note: applicable if the the administrator username has no password.)
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Quick tip: when accessing the NAS-T2 from Linux, mount any NAS-T2 shares using smbfs, not cifs.
More detail: This tip presumes you're familiar with mounting filesystems in Linux and are trying to mount an NAS-T2 share in Linux. The older smbfs filesystem type for mounting Windows shares is deprecated in favor of the newer cifs filesystem type. However, the NAS-T2 is built on some older flavor of Windows and behaves very oddly when mounted as a cifs filesystem. Changing back to the older smbfs filesystem type solved all my problems.
Turn on File and Print sharing. You will see a hand sharing icon on printers. You then need to create shares for individual folders you want to share by right clicking on folder. Then use the share name to access. Example: \\computer_name\share_name
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Once you have setup the central sever you can right click either the harddrive(s) or individual folders and there should be an option to share (or sharing and security). Open that and it should be quite straightforward to setup permissions so all computers can access those network places.
Next on the server right click My Computer and click properties. Write down what the workgroup name is.
Now go to the Vista laptops and goto Control Panel, then network places, or view wireless devices on network. Hopefully your shares will appear on the laptops and you can access them.
If they appear and you canot access them then you probably need to go back to step one and alter the permissions for sharing on the XP server.
Hope this helps,
To access the administrative shares of a Vista computer from another computer, you will need to change a registry setting. You will need to change HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\syste m\LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy to 1 (DWORD).
To do this:
- Click start
- Type: Regedit
- Press Enter
- Browse to:
- Right-click a white area in the right pane
- Click New
- Click Dword Value
- Type: LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy
- Press Enter
- Double-click LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy
- Type: 1
- Press enter
- Restart your computer
You should now be able to connect to the remote administrative shares on
your vista computer by authenticating with an account that is an