Author Topic: Is NAS Navigator 2 compatible with Windows 10?  (Read 25270 times)

brauh01

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Re: Is NAS Navigator 2 compatible with Windows 10?
« Reply #15 on: January 16, 2017, 05:09:21 pm »
I used the same login name and password as I would use if I were accessing the NAS using local IP address.  Windows asked for the Name and Password after I mapped using \\nasname such as TS-HTGL95\share.  I believe Buffalo's default are admin and password.

Jcabinnga

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Re: Is NAS Navigator 2 compatible with Windows 10?
« Reply #16 on: November 13, 2018, 11:15:14 am »
Hello,

I'm just trying to help other people that are obviously having the same issue with Windows 10 & mapping to the LS410DB6D: LinkStation.
After Months of Very Frustrating Hours trying to map to the LS410DB6D I finally found an article somewhere that said to manually map the drive from windows explorer using "\\ipaddress\share"
and check the box for "Connect using different credentials". Then use Buffalo's default: "admin" and "yourpassword" for the buffalo account you use.
This worked instantly!
I've had Buffalo support trying things, Dell support trying things and NOBODY could figure this out after HOURS of trying! Wow - thanks windows 10.
Hope this helps.