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Bought a WD MyBook 2Tb hdd. I have Z:\public and Y:|downloads visible on a desktop PC' and a netbook. X:\Shared_Files is one I set up on my PC and I can see it on my PC but I cannot map the netbook to it. It asks for a username and password and when I input even admin and the admin password it refuses to map - " \\MyBookWorld\Shared_Files is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more than one user name, are not allowed. Discnnect all previous connections to the server or shared resource and try again." Same message even if the PC is off and am using the netbook only. The PC maps to it no problem. Never asks for a password. Configure when using the netbook asks for username and password when trying to map a drive letter, say X like the PC) on netbook and fails with this error. HELP!!!!

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Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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Drive management show only safely remove usb drive.
When u use mionet software it map the share to a drive letter. If u create folder or files on that drive u dont have permission to chance those files or folders on \\mybookworld.
Solution, dont use mionet software.

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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SOURCE: Can't access My World Book 1TB through my browser.

Hi Vonnossa

I had exactly the same issue after removing the MioNet software. My device is connected to a router that assigns IP addresses (DHCP) and can easily be accessed using explorer and by mapping the drive so that its available on startup.

The solution I found is as follows.

The unit has a default reset button that will reset the unit User Name to "admin" and the Password to "123456" Without the quotation marks.

The button is recessed in a small hole between the power connector and the network connector on the back of the unit. Its much the same as the small hole on a CD/DVD Drive used to remove discs from a PC that is switched off. You will need a paper clip or similar to reset the device.

Step 1. Switch off the unit and remove all leads.
Step 2. Insert the paper clip into the small hole mentioned above and press (not to hard though)
Step 3. With the clip still in the hole, connect the power lead and switch the unit on.
Step 4. Wait until the circular power button lights up ( this can take anything up to a couple of minutes). Once lit count to 10 and remove the clip.
Step 5. Re-connect the network cable and return to your PC.
Step 6. In your browser type in "wdstorage" No quotation marks.
Step 7. This will open the shared storage manager page. select your option and when it prompts for username enter "admin" and for password enter 123456

Once done you can change usernames and passwords as required.

Good luck
Dave

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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The Failed Mount issue is usually caused by Internet Security settings. The most common way to resolve it is to add the following files/ports to the exceptions list of your firewall(s) -- in some cases you will need to add it to the Windows Firewall, even if you have another Firewall installed as well:

MioNet.exe (C:\Program Files\MioNet\jvm\bin\MioNet.exe)
MioNetManager.exe (C:\Program Files\MioNet\MioNetManager.exe)
ServiceStatusGui.exe (C:\Program Files\MioNet\ServiceStatusGui.exe)

These ports are also required for MioNet to create a drive-letter for remote drives:
TCP In/Out 443
TCP In/Out 445

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I can no longer access any of my files on my wd1tb network drive

Hello,

It sounds like either the NAS enclosure or the drive(s) inside have failed.

If the enclosure has failed and you don't have any crucial files on it that you don't already have elsewhere, contact www.westerndigital.com for a warranty replacement.

If the enclosure has failed and you DO have important files on it, try having your local PC shop move the hard drive(s) into a new enclosure, if that works you're done, buy the new enclosure.

If the new enclosure fails, your drive is damaged and you will need a pro to help get back your files. If this is the case, reply back with you location(Country, State and City) and I will pass along recommendations for your neck of the woods.

Hope this helps FixYa,

Chris

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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