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Another (probably obvious) thing to check is the workgroup of the PC.Maybe also go into the Windows credential manager and delete any entries for the Nas. thank you!Click to expand... So what I CAN do (first) to make it easier (for me and my father in-law) is just to make a share folder with the videos and then give him his blah. #11 chhumper, Feb 3, 2011 Stugt40 New MemberJoined:Aug 6, 2010Messages:16Likes Received:0 chhumper said: ↑thanks for the response.
Report Inappropriate Content Message 3 of 3 (193 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Discussion Stats 2 replies 2016-08-05 07:01 AM 252 views Useful SearchesRecent Posts Log in Sign up Windows Forum Windows 7 Forums > Windows 7 Networking > Dismiss Notice Welcome to Windows Forums. Here's an easy way to figure this out. The followingarticles point to methodsfor checking and setting the correct Network Access and also File Access permissions to shares and their subfolders depending onthe security method used on your ReadyNAS. http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/29762/~/cannot-access-the-shares-on-my-readynas-os-6-storage-system
Readynas Folder Permissions
i don't have multiple tabs up top which i can click on. Report Inappropriate Content Message 2 of 3 (552 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos drennman Aspirant Posts: 20 Registered: 2008-09-27 Re: Windows cannot access "Nas files" Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe With NETGEAR’s round-the-clock premium support, help is just a phone call away.
I've also made sure that Network Sharing is enabled in my homegroup settings. I'm unsure what you are referring to by "Why didn't you use private home shares?" as I haven't described my specific share setup anywhere on this siteReplyDeleteJohnny3 November 2011 at 00:44Thank so, i got it all working. Readynas Share Permissions It’s showing \\NAS-9B-28-1C\media and other folders but when I click on it an error message comes back saying network path not found, might not have permission etc.
Read the above guides with that in mind and they may make more sense.///sphardyReplyDeletemartinjochimsen19 February 2013 at 08:25"What you are attempting to do is not possible on ReadyNAS devices"Okay. Readynas Home Folder Permissions I then set that address in the network configuration of the ReadyNAS (see above), and also reserve the same address on the router (further down the LAN IP setup page) so thank you!Click to expand... https://community.netgear.com/t5/Using-your-ReadyNAS/Windows-cannot-access-quot-Nas-files-quot/td-p/907852 I'm unable to map the share through Explorer, and it won't show up on my network.
Share mode is also only available on a very small number of older NAS models - all newer models (eg Ultra, Pro etc) only support the more capable User ModeReplyDeleteSkywalker18 July Connecting To Readynas Admin Page Just in case you're not sure what your ip address is for the ReadyNAS, it's shown in RAIDAR. Did you check the IP settings for netbios? (network and sharing center in the control panel- change adapter settings, right-click on the adapter, select "properties". in windows explorer, when i right-click on the readynas, which is listed under 'computers,' i don't have a properties option.
Readynas Home Folder Permissions
Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Welcome Search This Blog Blog Archive ► 2012 (1) ► December (1) ► 2011 (11) ► October (1) ► September (1) specifics would be appreciated. Readynas Folder Permissions blah.Click to expand... Readynas Cannot Access Share XBMC is also unable to map SMB-shares, which is where my problem turns really annoying.
I can't show you a screen dump of Frontview as I'm using a ReadyNAS NV+ which has share level security (as opposed to user level security) but it's really easy to The Group that is referred to in "Group Rights" (above) is the primary group of the owner of the file which is typically set when creating the user account : The You select Lan IP Setup. It does not mean you have no access. #4 CommonTater, Aug 6, 2010 Trouble Noob WhispererJoined:Nov 30, 2009Messages:13,845Likes Received:832 It may be an issue with Windows 7 using NTLMv2 and 128 Readynas Permission Denied
I’ll worry about controlling access later. I have one question. Last Updated: 08/17/2016 02:46 PM Was this article helpful? If you're like me you may have the router's address set to something like 192.168.0.1, subnet mask 255.255.255.0.
The problem is only there while I'm running Windows, and as this is the OS I prefer, it's starting to bother me a lot. Cannot Connect To Readynas Wednesday, April 23, 2014 10:49 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Check this thread http://www.readynas.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=49520 Marked as answer by Michael ShaoMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Monday, May 05, thank you! #8 chhumper, Feb 2, 2011 Stugt40 New MemberJoined:Aug 6, 2010Messages:16Likes Received:0 chhumper said: ↑details please!
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We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one. Solved! In AD mode it is also possible to set the permissions in the ReadyNAS local admin page. Readynas Not Accessible I'll keep googling!
Start Here This topic has been marked solved and closed to new posts due to inactivity. Report Inappropriate Content Message 13 of 14 (531 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos S1stemat3K Aspirant Posts: 8 Registered: 2013-10-22 Re: Windows Explorer - Cannot Access Shares Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe The reason for this is that very few devices actually understand Windows 7 "Home Networks" or IPv6 ... Report Inappropriate Content Message 6 of 14 (891 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos S1stemat3K Aspirant Posts: 8 Registered: 2013-10-22 Re: Windows Explorer - Cannot Access Shares Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe
Now click on "Advanced Sharing" and set the following... If I then try and edit the permissions, I get the same ' Access Denied' message. This worked perfectly! I can see the NAS and access all of the folders and files.
The un-accessible files are now accessible. and could see and access my shares. And Yes, I also tried another share using the method above and that also mapped successfully, which is a start I guess! this sounds like it might help fix my issue -- win 7 64.
I want to set up my ReadyNAS for home with admin, users, guests, and streaming media to the PS3. Stugt40 New MemberJoined:Aug 6, 2010Messages:16Likes Received:0 Hi I have a ReadyNas Duo which has been working fine on my old PC running XP. i could then navigate to \\readynas in windows explorer. when i try to access mine, i continue to be told it's not accessible and i might not have permission to use the network resource.
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