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Xpenology and Windows 10 *solved*


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I'm soon going mad or crazy, have 3 Xpenology machines and 1 Buffalo Linkstation here at home, 3 pc running Windows 7, the problem is the 2 tablets and my little desktop pc that is running Windows 10 with latest updates, none of thoose 3 can see any of the na, i can map networkdrive using IP or hostname of the nas, but i can¨t get them to show up under Network, have tried alot of things i have found on the net, but so far nothing have helped1 tablet and desktop are running Home and the other tablet is Pro

 

 

Solutions are really welcome before i go insane

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Do you have network discovery turned on for the Windows 10 devices? When you view network, you might see a notification near the address bar. Also, do you have file sharing turned on for the network connection on the windows 10 devices?

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Been there, done that, have tryed more or less what i have been abel to find on the net (alot suffer from the same), but none have helped me, i can ping the servers, i can net view them, i can make mapped network drive using either ip or name

 

another thing i have stumpled over is when i just type net view in a commandpromt i get error 53

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NET VIEW \\servername failing with Error 53 indicates and error with NetBIOS name resolution, so had a poke about on DSM.

 

If you go to Control Panel/Network/General/Advanced Settings you'll find the option to enable responses to ARP requests (Address Resolution Protocol). Ticking this box enabled me to successfully enumerate the shares on my NAS with a NET VIEW command.

 

However, I still can't browse to it as a Computer in Networks (it does show up under other devices, which takes me to the DSM web interface).

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