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File permissions can be set through file properties dialogue in Windows Explorer. I have no idea what changes I've done lately, but something has obviously changed on my Windows 7-partition which has removed the option of mapping samba-shares in Windows. Hi. i don't have multiple tabs up top which i can click on. this content

To check security settings on a share and its subfolders when the ReadyNAS is joined to a Domain, please see Setting Active Directory folder permissions on ReadyNAS OS Resetting permissions Reply Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « Message Listing « Previous Therefore I cannot correct any errors or inaccuracies in the guide which is hosted here purely as a convenience for the many users that have found it useful. Everything seems to be working consistently now, so that is the main thing.

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thoughts? now cannot. I’ve copied my FLAC and mp3 files into two folders I’ve created under Media, and Twonky has configured its library.

Interestingly, I just checked my credentials are there are none at all ! Active Directory mode: The ReadyNAS is joined into an Active Directory using the Authentication mechanism in the local admin page under System > Accounts > Authentication. Try the following: First off, can you get into the NAS through Frontview? Readynas Share Permissions Using this dialog is the easiest way to grant or deny user access to a specific share.

it is also listed under 'storage.' there, when i right-click, i can select properties, but it simply brings up a dialog box with basic information: device details and troubleshooting information. Readynas Home Folder Permissions blah.Click to expand... Hope this helps. #2 CommonTater, Aug 6, 2010 Stugt40 New MemberJoined:Aug 6, 2010Messages:16Likes Received:0 Hi Thanks for your response I tried your suggestion and I still get the same messages. https://community.netgear.com/t5/Using-your-ReadyNAS/Windows-cannot-access-quot-Nas-files-quot/td-p/907852 I used to have a Synology NAS and that was much easier to set up...I think!What I have:I've got 2 shares "backup" and "media".In "media" I have 3 folders "Music", "Pictures"

If that IP address then changed because the router re-leased a different IP address to the NAS (e.g. Connecting To Readynas Admin Page i went through and checked the settings on all of the shares and they're the same as you described. Great! (A big relief too) Report Inappropriate Content Message 3 of 3 (552 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Discussion Stats 2 replies Go to Solution.

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I can’t access the NAS from My Network Places. So I changed the mappings to start with the host name. Readynas Folder Permissions Just goes to prove the old adage that there are many ways to skin a cat ! #15 Stugt40, Feb 4, 2011 Gopher Baroque New MemberJoined:Feb 2, 2013Messages:2Likes Received:0 I just Readynas Cannot Access Share Using the method does not require groups or other permissions to be specified.

Any ideas?Kind of a panic to think that a bunch of stuff is gone.Is there something that needs to be reset in permissions?Thanks! http://rss4medics.com/cannot-access/server-2003-windows-cannot-access.php This article applies to: ReadyNAS Home(22) RN102 RN10200 RN10211D RN10221D RN10222D RN10223D RN104 RN10400 RN10421D RN10441D RN10442D RN10443D RN202 RN20200 RN20221D RN20222D RN204 RN20400 RN20441D RN20442D RN212 RN214 ReadyNAS Business(64) RN2120 Would that be because I’d powered everything up and down so many times? Any tips on that end?JohnReplyDeletesphardy3 November 2011 at 00:53Glad the info helpedYou would have to elaborate on your USB issue before I could even hazard a guessReplyDeleteKeith12 January 2012 at 13:12Just Readynas Permission Denied

Posts: 963 Joined: Dec 2008 RE: Can't access ReadyNas Duo through My Network Places - Help please Excellent - prepare to enjoy & spend Linn sources, pre-, & cables; Lejonklou power-; Therefore you must organise your data so that the data you plan to give your family access to is in a specific share. Further down the page you have the option to set the router to be the DHCP server for your network. have a peek at these guys If you are using Home Premium then you will have to perform the adjustments using the registry editor.

so, problem mostly solved. Cannot Connect To Readynas this sounds like it might help fix my issue -- win 7 64. specifics would be appreciated.

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I want to set up my ReadyNAS for home with admin, users, guests, and streaming media to the PS3. Report Inappropriate Content Message 5 of 14 (891 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos StephenB Guru Posts: 26,757 Registered: ‎2015-07-16 Re: Windows Explorer - Cannot Access Shares Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe This is used when permissions are not working as expected and users are incorrectly or inadvertently being denied access to individual files or folders inside the share. Readynas Not Accessible You find out, or set, your router's range through your Netgear router configuration page.

Linn sources, pre-, & cables; Lejonklou power-; Spendor speakers 2010-01-09, 21:34 Post: #6 Milo Tweenie Member Posts: 190 Joined: Nov 2008 RE: Can't access ReadyNas Duo through My Network Places - this sounds like it might help fix my issue -- win 7 64. Yes No Please tell us how we can make this answer more useful. check my blog I believe something in the readycloud migration triggered this - at least most others who ran into similar issues were ReadyCloud users.

Inconvenient, but it works, in case the NAS goes down. 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. Thanks again.ReplyDeletesphardy12 July 2011 at 10:00Streaming media directly from your NAS is a different topic entirely and usually enabled via a service running on your NAS (for example ReadyDLNA) which should Report Inappropriate Content Message 8 of 14 (891 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos StephenB Guru Posts: 26,757 Registered: ‎2015-07-16 Re: Windows Explorer - Cannot Access Shares Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe

Once you've got there, make sure the network configuration for the ReadyNAS is correct. is it not possible to access a specific folder on the NAS, without use of any user/password login?ReplyDeletesphardy24 January 2012 at 19:52Grant guest access to the share and then you can 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 just click on "Home Network" and select from the list.

We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one. again, thanks for trying. This website is a free, open, and dedicated community of Windows enthusiasts. Can you comment about the streaming media to the PS3?

Start a New Discussion New to the community? i tried, then, in explorer to navigate to \\readynas, which was always the way i got the my shares prior to reformatting. again, thanks for keeping me persistent with this issue. This procedure will reset the security settings on all files and folders within the share, but the Network Access settings will remain unchanged - How do I restore default file and

If I then try and edit the permissions, I get the same ' Access Denied' message. I ran into a similar problem early in my DS life, though I can't remember the full details of what happened.