Why when clicking network in file manager, a slow moving green bar

  1.    01 Sep 2017 #1

    Why when clicking network in file manager, a slow moving green bar

    Green bar moves across the top and I get nothing?
    It is super annoying!
    I have 3 network shares, and I was able to link to them in windows 10 using some other way, like connect to, map a server in the filemanager, and they instantly appeared.

    Yet I cannot explore the network itself from file manager?
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  2.    01 Sep 2017 #2

    It has been 45 minutes now and the green bar has filled up all the way and is still flashing across, and nothing, no error, no results.
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  3.    01 Sep 2017 #3

    I found it actually does finally complete, after about 2 hours.
    And then it displays a share, a picture folder from my other PC.

    That is odd that it takes so long. If I map a network drive, the various shares to map appear instantly in the selection box.
    So what is going on here?
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