I will take down the old NAS and move data to QNAP. I solved the "problem" by creating a freenas user matching my windows user/password. Good to know – When a new version of Windows 10 becomes available, you may run into two types of problems. It … Microsoft gave away Windows 10 for over a year, this would remove the need for SMB1 for free, the incompatible problem in this topic is a NAS, which runs Linux and has nothing to do with Microsoft - a 10 year old system is never going to get a fix for something it never intended to worry about, the fact the OPs client OS moves on, means the NAS should too, or they have to allow a weakness to proceed, but they do so at their own risk. You can change this setting within your group policy settings. So you believe moving forward is a bad idea? 12GB ECC. You are the administrator, and everything worked until one reboot ago. In the Domain I have some computers so running Win 10, something have happend, maybe win update? It's logic. What's your firewall situation on the workstations? I don't have any issue with computers with Win 7. If a company can afford to upgrade Windows clients to Windows 10, the ReadyNAS mentioned, being some 8 years old, can be picked up for about the same price as a Windows license for the newer 2 bay model, again, aimed at SOHO/Home users. I only vaguely remember, but there was something that made windows try to connect with windows credentials even if the share allowed guest access... which is why you may see the share, but still not be able to connect. He scans private documents directly to his computer...with out SMBv1 that simply does not work with his brand new Kyocera device. To use the troubleshooter, follow these steps: Select Start, then select Settings. That will not get a FW update fix for SMB1, it's too old, its a legacy system now. That is the real world. You can get the NAS IP address from the LCD screen of your NAS or by using Qfinder Pro.
). It a script directly on my Windows laptop. You can read more here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/security-updates/SecurityBulletins/2017/ms17-010. I am upset that ZXXEL have not release a new update so that it is computable with SMBv2. This freenas user owns my smbshare. Period. You wont find SMB protocols they don't usually show up like that, it's a behind the scenes thing. You would have thought that ZYXEL would support their customers. Nothing was working, tried all the steps documented here but got nowhere. If you’ve got a bloated hard disk filled with files you don’t need, you could … network ErrorCan not access \\ Nas 2Make sure the name is spelled correctly, otherwise it may be problem with the network. However, in my instance of one of our director who wanted to scan directly to his PC from his office MFP to a scan folder - the only option at hand was to turn SMBv1 back on. I can assure you that the imaging companies who use Scan to Share/Folder systems are telling end users every day to re-enable SMBv1 on PC's (or they just do it and do not tell the world). 99.9% sales tactics and fear mongering. The chance for the vulnerability to be exploited is what matters, and there's already malware in the wild that exploits these vulnerabilities, so this pretty high risk. on Windows 10 is great, but it has its issues, from unpredictable reboots to Cortana. Windows 10 password problems: Microsoft says it's fixing bad 'password amnesia' bug. Use the Network troubleshooter. To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC,” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. I use win10 and FN 11.2, no problems, but I do remember having trouble after a certain win pacth: Afaik it is a windows "issue", they dropped support for an old smb version (v1?) You might not have permission to use this network resource. etc. by I have tried all suggestions, turning on SMB 1 and also … Clean out your hard disk. So there is a security update I need to update kb412598? Does your NAS only support SMBv1, if so you need to re-enable it on the Windows 10 machine, from the latest builds of 10 SMB1 is disabled by default https:/ / support.microsoft.com/ en-gb/ help/ 4034314/ smbv1-is-not-installed-by-default-in-windows 1 found this helpful If you cannot open/map network shared folders on your NAS, Samba Linux server, computers with old Windows versions (Windows 7/XP/Server 2003) from Windows 10, most likely the problem is that legacy and insecure versions of the SMB protocol are disabled in the latest Windows 10 builds (SMB protocol is used in Windows to access shared network folders and files). Raidz2: 4x8TB Seagate Ironwolf. Somehow I ended up on … If you are going to be mysterious, the least you could do is put something on your profile about your own IT background. I have disabled SMBv1 and still can't locate the NSA325v2 from any of my computers on windows 10. I'm currently chasing down why none of my machines can see my FreeNAS box any more. Or, enabling smbv1? We're probably not going to change your mind on this, but how is it 99.9% sales tactics and fear mongering when: I do not disagree with you. Pretty much every NAS or scanner, or MFP supports FTP, so that's a viable alternative as well. I currently have two HP's running Windows 10 pro, zero problems and zero maintenance. Re: Cannot connect to ReadyNAS with windows 10 Check the network classification in the Windows network and sharing center. Manually set the dns to the ip address of the server. Hi, with few months late, I have this issue too. Okay, I also have a NAS "QNAP TS-231P" maybe I move all the data to this one! I don't know if that NAS supports it or not, but if your clients with Windows 10 can connect, I assume it supports SMB2 or 3. Linux/FreeBSD is highly preferred for specific things but as a day to day homeserver 10 is great. https://serverfault.com/questions/888690/windows-10-cannot-access-network-shared-locations-or-drives, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WmCxriHEjE. is that a script on the windows machine or in freenas? Register for the iXsystems Community to get an ad-free experience and exclusive discounts in our eBay Store. Sounds like a dns issue. If you're using an enterprise version of McAfee, Symantec, or Kaspersky, look at temporarily disabling the firewall as well. Tried every possible User Password combination I have ever used in my life on Windows. I'd already test it actually and it wasn't better for me ... Well, on my side I finally got the right rights mix to allow access to my Windows computer and my girlfriend's MacOs. Worked for me on Windows 10 Enterprise! steffenravn 1803 removed the Honegroup which I believe is the problem. That's why it's highly recommended to disable SMBv1 unless you absolutely have no other option. Disable Windows Firewall on a couple of machines and make sure you're using network discovery on the WIN7 machines. Also tried binding / unbinding LAN IP adresses of my LAN, local computer, etc. I've used Server 2003 and 2008 for years (rock solid) but they are easily trumped by 10. I just moved to a Windows 10 (Pro 64-bit) computer and cannot get the Sonos Controller desktop app to recognize the path to my music library. You can resolve the mapped network drives problem by creating and running two scripts either using the … That update to Windows 10 2004 happened back in April, yet the password problem still remains. Network size doesn't matter. See my link above. The machine see the Mybooklive and can access the UI using the IP but not the files. Adding a user/password in freenas matching the windows one. Also, make sure the windows machine is in the same workgroup as the NAS. The latest Microsoft Windows 10 (1803) update from April has the potential to cause problems with wireless network adapters, like lack of connectivity, as well … The suggesting that a SMB purchase a new NAS prophylacticly is simply a sales tactic. It says its there, but it keeps asking me for login information. You might also want to disable ipv6. Try these things to troubleshoot network connection issues in Windows 10. I chose to make a script to map and unmap drives using config file (can easily add or remove drives that I want to map at session setup) because I can handle the server in shutdown state case. You must log in or register to reply here. Also, this isn't a tactic from Microsoft to sell more licenses. Been trying to diagnose a Windows 10 pro computer looking at a Windows 7 Professional file share. Which isn't all that great for security? Fortunately, you do have options. So you mean this is a very high security risk in a small business network? Security is a HUGE thing these days, and regardless of how small the company is, security is not something to ignore, SMBs are the majority of reasons why so many systems get attacked, is not having the time or skillset to deal with the issues, which is why MSPs come in and take things to the cloud. That is simply a fact. :( Well, it's probably so, but not for my network. For instance, you can come across … Again, this option is only available for 10 days after a Windows 10 build update. Hi Steffen,Check this thread had the best solutions on error code : 0x80004005 https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/ie/en-US/c9f17816-9ef3-4249-98e6-5de990112d3d/windows-ca... You may want to see if your NAS supports a higher protocol, as it stands it seems to be using SMBv1 which is bad, It seems like the NAS have this protocol: