Author Topic: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D  (Read 307 times)

kanku

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Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« on: October 10, 2017, 06:24:03 am »
Hi there,
I'm using Buffalo Linkstation 220D in small office sharing files between 3 iMac's and one Windows 10 laptop. Everything works great on iMacs however NAS is not displayed in Windows Explorer. It is accessible from the web interface, but I cannot access files from Windows Explorer and NAS Navigator. Device is displayed in NAS Navigator but there is nothing happens when I try access folders. When I try to map drive I get error message - Could not map share. Create a folder named "Share" before mapping the drive.
I would be very grateful if you could help me find a solution to this problem.
Many thanks!
Maciej
 

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Re: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2017, 07:26:30 am »
Hi, first check in the nas if SMB is active and your pc firewall and try to ping direct ip of nas  example

type win+r and write cmd
after in black windows type
ping 192.168.x.x (ip of nas)

also try \\192.168.x.x\share

if ping ok check in the "network advanced shared setting" in control panel if group home is disabled and flag "use password to connect to other pc.."
try this

kanku

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Re: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2017, 09:09:10 am »
Thanks for respond.
Ping go through to NAS ip however when I'm trying to ping \\192.168.1.127\share I get Ping request could not find host
Regarding the home group shall I be in a group or leave the homegroup?
Thanks!

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Re: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2017, 09:22:50 am »
Run this command in Powershell as admin and post the results:

Get-SMBServerConfiguration

Also, you cannot ping a network path using \\.
« Last Edit: October 10, 2017, 09:35:30 am by davo »
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Re: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« Reply #4 on: October 10, 2017, 12:51:09 pm »
Thanks for respond.
Ping go through to NAS ip however when I'm trying to ping \\192.168.1.127\share I get Ping request could not find host
Regarding the home group shall I be in a group or leave the homegroup?
Thanks!

right command is : ping 192.168.1.127

yes try to leave the homegroup and in advanced setting select "use user account and password to connect to other computer"

kanku

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Re: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« Reply #5 on: October 17, 2017, 06:06:38 am »
Hi guys,
Sorry for a late respond. I left the homegroup, changed the setting in advanced for "use user account and password to connect to other computer".
NAS is still not shown in Windows Explorer.

SMB-Configuration result:
ConnectionCountPerRssNetworkInterface : 4
DirectoryCacheEntriesMax              : 16
DirectoryCacheEntrySizeMax            : 65536
DirectoryCacheLifetime                : 10
DormantFileLimit                      : 1023
EnableBandwidthThrottling             : True
EnableByteRangeLockingOnReadOnlyFiles : True
EnableInsecureGuestLogons             : True
EnableLargeMtu                        : True
EnableLoadBalanceScaleOut             : True
EnableMultiChannel                    : True
EnableSecuritySignature               : True
ExtendedSessionTimeout                : 1000
FileInfoCacheEntriesMax               : 64
FileInfoCacheLifetime                 : 10
FileNotFoundCacheEntriesMax           : 128
FileNotFoundCacheLifetime             : 5
KeepConn                              : 600
MaxCmds                               : 50
MaximumConnectionCountPerServer       : 32
OplocksDisabled                       : False
RequireSecuritySignature              : False
SessionTimeout                        : 60
UseOpportunisticLocking               : True
WindowSizeThreshold                   : 8

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Re: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« Reply #6 on: October 17, 2017, 07:49:31 am »
There seems to be a few lines missing from that result, are you sure you posted everything it stated?
« Last Edit: October 17, 2017, 08:40:20 am by davo »
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Re: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« Reply #7 on: October 17, 2017, 09:12:38 am »
That looks like the command run was Get-SMBClientConfiguration, the command necessary to determine what protocols are enabled is Get-SMBServerConfiguration.

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Re: Windows 10 doesn't display Linkstation 220D
« Reply #8 on: October 25, 2017, 04:29:16 am »
Sorry guys, you were right. That was client configuration. Correct data below:

PS C:\Users\Matt> Get-SmbServerConfiguration
 
 
AnnounceComment                 :
AnnounceServer                  : False
AsynchronousCredits             : 64
AuditSmb1Access                 : False
AutoDisconnectTimeout           : 15
AutoShareServer                 : True
AutoShareWorkstation            : True
CachedOpenLimit                 : 10
DurableHandleV2TimeoutInSeconds : 180
EnableAuthenticateUserSharing   : False
EnableDownlevelTimewarp         : False
EnableForcedLogoff              : True
EnableLeasing                   : True
EnableMultiChannel              : True
EnableOplocks                   : True
EnableSecuritySignature         : False
EnableSMB1Protocol              : True
EnableSMB2Protocol              : True
EnableStrictNameChecking        : True
EncryptData                     : False
IrpStackSize                    : 15
KeepAliveTime                   : 2
MaxChannelPerSession            : 32
MaxMpxCount                     : 50
MaxSessionPerConnection         : 16384
MaxThreadsPerQueue              : 20
MaxWorkItems                    : 1
NullSessionPipes                :
NullSessionShares               :
OplockBreakWait                 : 35
PendingClientTimeoutInSeconds   : 120
RejectUnencryptedAccess         : True
RequireSecuritySignature        : False
ServerHidden                    : True
Smb2CreditsMax                  : 2048
Smb2CreditsMin                  : 128
SmbServerNameHardeningLevel     : 0
TreatHostAsStableStorage        : False
ValidateAliasNotCircular        : True
ValidateShareScope              : True
ValidateShareScopeNotAliased    : True
ValidateTargetName              : True