Can see NAS but cannot access it or mapped shares after recent update


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
       #1

    Can see NAS but cannot access it or mapped shares after recent update


    My laptop ran a monster update for windows 10 a few days ago and since then I have not been able to connect to my Buffalo Linkstation on my wireless network. I connected to it just fine before and could connect on another laptop the other day that had not yet run the update. I have not changed anything other than this update. I contacted Buffalo support and they say it is a known issue caused by the recent update KB3189866 that effects security. And that a fix should come from windows for this?
    Can anyone confirm this or tell me if there is a work around I can use in the meantime to get connected again.

    I can see he NAS in my Navigator software and also listed in my network however the mapped shares shows as disconnected and I cannot connect to the NAS to browse in anyway. Gives an error saying I do not have permissions and cannot be logged in. Or drives could not be reconnected on the shares.

    Any help would be great please as I have files I need to get off the NAS to do some website work over the weekend!

    Thanks
    Lee
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  2. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 Home
       #2

    Hi

    I'mhaving the same problem,did you manage tofix this problem?

    Regards
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  3. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #3

    Click on the start icon - type credential

    Click on Credential Manager, should be at the top of the list.

    Click on Windows Credentials.

    Click on Add a Windows Credential.

    In internet or network address block type the name of your NAS that you use to connect to it. Mine is Server1.

    If you use a username and password to access the NAS, enter them in the blocks. If you allow all users, then I enter my Windows user name and leave password blank.

    Click OK.

    Can see NAS but cannot access it or mapped shares after recent update-capture.jpg
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  4. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 Home
       #4

    NavyLCDR said:
    Click on the start icon - type credential

    Click on Credential Manager, should be at the top of the list.

    Click on Windows Credentials.

    Click on Add a Windows Credential.

    In internet or network address block type the name of your NAS that you use to connect to it. Mine is Server1.

    If you use a username and password to access the NAS, enter them in the blocks. If you allow all users, then I enter my Windows user name and leave password blank.

    Click OK.

    Can see NAS but cannot access it or mapped shares after recent update-capture.jpg
    I love you!! Works fine here!!
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  5. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
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    RenatoHS said:
    I love you!! Works fine here!!
    Glad it worked for you! As far as loving me....well, I would have to see a photo first....
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  6. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 Home
       #6

    NavyLCDR said:
    Glad it worked for you! As far as loving me....well, I would have to see a photo first....
    Hahahahaha I'm tallathleticandsexy!!GREEKGod

    Thank you a lot!!!

    Have a good weekend!
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  7. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #7

    Mine appeared to fix itself after a few days.. I will keep this in mind if the problem reoccurs though.

    Thank you
    Lee
      My Computer


  8. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Pro 64
       #8

    I just tried this for a computer I can see listed under Network but none of the shared drives are listed. This has happened a number of times after a Windows 10 update. The other computer resides in my observatory and is Windows 7 Pro 64. It's not been a problem accessing the drives normally but my Win 10 office system does get like this from time to time. I see these types of posts on when I google the issue. MS Forum hasn't been much help. Any suggestions? I have not used Home Groups. My network consists of 3 Windows 10 Pro 64 and 3 Windows 7 Pro computers and several network printers.

    Thanks,

    Steve
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  9. Kbird's Avatar
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    Win10 1809
       #9

    .......................................................Can see NAS but cannot access it or mapped shares after recent update-2016_08_20_02_47_231.png

    Perhaps NetBIOS needs enabling ? ^^^^^ ie win10 sets it to Default not Enabled which does not always work

    sreilly24590 said:
    I just tried this for a computer I can see listed under Network but none of the shared drives are listed. This has happened a number of times after a Windows 10 update. The other computer resides in my observatory and is Windows 7 Pro 64. It's not been a problem accessing the drives normally but my Win 10 office system does get like this from time to time. I see these types of posts on when I google the issue. MS Forum hasn't been much help. Any suggestions? I have not used Home Groups. My network consists of 3 Windows 10 Pro 64 and 3 Windows 7 Pro computers and several network printers.

    Thanks,

    Steve

    Perhaps NetBIOS needs enabling ?
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