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Windows 7: Can't change setting System Properties > network ID setting

13 Apr 2013   #11
kyle010

Alberta
 
 

Right clicking from windows explorer doesn't get me anywhere; just the same error shown in the previous screen shot.
I can access the NAS by typing the IP into a browser which will let me adjust the share settings; I believe I already have the permissions set up correctly if this is what you're talking about; please see the image. (note that both named users have the same permissions as the admin)




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13 Apr 2013   #12
chev65

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,
 
 

Are you running any type of third party anti virus software on these machines?

Have you checked for this NAS device in the Windows firewall settings so you could allow for access through the Windows firewall?

The share settings look good, have you tried using the IP then the folder name to map the drive, example, //192.168.x.xx/music, then map to all the NAS folders this way.
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13 Apr 2013   #13
kyle010

Alberta
 
 

No 3rd party anti virus, only MS Security Essentials.
I'm not very familiar with configuring the windows firewall, and I couldn't find anything relating to Synology, but I created an inbound and outbound rule that should allow all connections from the NAS's IP address, and that didn't help.
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13 Apr 2013   #14
kyle010

Alberta
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chev65 View Post
have you tried using the IP then the folder name to map the drive, example, //192.168.x.xx/music, then map to all the NAS folders this way.[/B][/I]
No good, I get a 'Windows cannot access' error
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