Windows 10: Not seeing NAS drive

  1.    01 Mar 2018 #1

    Not seeing NAS drive


    Hello Peeps

    So I profess to being a Win 7 lover and a Win 10 disliker . Here is my problem all bar one of my pc's in the house have Win 7 installed. The laptop with Win10 will see my house router, as does all the other machines, but won't see my Seagate NAS drive that all the other machines do. Are there some special settings I need to make ? Thought this Win 10 was supposed to be more user friendly than previous versions of Win I can ping the IP address of the NAS on teh Win 10 machine, just not map to it

    Your help is welcomed

    Pix
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    Windows 10
       01 Mar 2018 #2

    Old Control Panel > Programs and Features > Turn Windows features On/Off > SMB 1.0/CIFS > Expand > Tick last two boxes and maybe the first as well.

    There was one of these security scares for SMB 1.0 that was fixed. They altered options in that area slightly.
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  3.    01 Mar 2018 #3

    Hello Helmut

    Thank you for the quick response, these were already ticked. :-(
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  4. Posts : 672
    Windows 10
       01 Mar 2018 #4

    Mine is a Synology NAS, that is set to SMB range SMB 1 to SMB 2 and large MTU. I don't map as a drive nor use Homegroup.

    I can see all Folders on the NAS in the Windows File Explorer, copy to/from etc.
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    Win10 Home and Pro, Win10 Insider Preview, Win7 Home, Linux Mint
       01 Mar 2018 #5

    Helmut said: View Post
    Mine is a Synology NAS, that is set to SMB range SMB 1 to SMB 2 and large MTU. I don't map as a drive nor use Homegroup.

    I can see all Folders on the NAS in the Windows File Explorer, copy to/from etc.
    I have 2 NAS drives on my Router and Map the Public Folder on them.
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  6.    01 Mar 2018 #6

    Berton how did you see them on your Network?
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  7.    01 Mar 2018 #7

    OK . . .. . . . Now I have no idea how this happened but it nows appears I can see the NAS, I attempted to create a Homegroup and half way through that process the nas showed up. Thank you to all those who offered their assistance

    Pix
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